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Take Care Of Your Heart Health Winnebago County – News Release

WCHD Encourages Residents To Take Steps Toward Living A Heart Healthy Lifestyle The Winnebago County Health Department encourages residents to take steps toward living a heart healthy lifestyle and spread awareness about heart health during February for #Hearthealth Awareness Month. Approximately 1.5 million heart attacks and strokes occur every year in the United States. Controlling

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Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available At WCHD Through Bridge Access Program

Winnebago County Health Department is now participating in the CDC’s Bridge Access Program (Bridge Program) to provide updated COVID-19 vaccines to people 18 and older that do not have insurance or that are underinsured. To register to get your updated COVID-19 vaccine through the Bridge Program at Winnebago County Health Department please click the button

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Opioid Response Team – News Release

Addressing the Opioid Overdose Crisis In Winnebago County Opioid overdoses continue to take lives in Winnebago County, especially of those living with Substance Use Disorder. In recognition of International Overdose Awareness Day, today, August 31 and National Recovery Month in September, the Winnebago County Opioid Response Team (ORT) encourages our community to help build the

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FREE TIRE DROP OFF

WCHD’s Free Tire Drop Off Is FULL. Registration is now CLOSED for this event.  Due to overwhelming demand and vendor availability, capacity has been reached for the number of tires that can be collected at this event. Thank you for your interest in this event. The Winnebago County Health Department does expect to have another

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Take Steps To Stay Safe In The Extreme Heat In Winnebago County This Week.

Extreme heat is expected in Winnebago County from Wednesday, August 23 through Thursday night, August 24. The National Weather Service predicts heat that feels like 110° to 115°, with heat staying around in the evening hours. When heat is this extreme, the risk of severe heat illness and death from heat are more likely.

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