ATLANTA – (October 12, 2014) – Ensuring Georgia’s medical providers, hospitals, and the general public are prepared for the possibility of Ebola infection in Georgia, no matter how remote, is a top priority of Gov.
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- DeKalb Board of Health & Chatham Co. Board of Commissioners were awarded grants to address minority youth violence. t.co/CiOKwCU8yQ
- It is good to know your status whether or not you may be at risk for contracting HIV or not. Get tested? t.co/IoucaJ9mc0 #gaCAPUS
- The GA Mosquito Control Association is meeting now to keep experts abreast of the best mosquito control methods. t.co/F0QtRlHtxC