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  • For healthcare providers interested in Ebola, see ADPH Healthcare Providers and ADPH ALERT/HAN.
  • EV-D68 - For healthcare providers who have a patient died and tested positive for enterovirus and/or rhinovirus, ADPH requests a specimen be submitted to test for Enterovirus D69 (EV-D68) in Alabama and complete Patient Summary Form and contact Infectious Diseases & Outbreaks at 1-800-338-8374. Patients who test positive for enterovirus may need to read Enterovirus D68 Flyer.
  • For healthcare providers who have a patient with Acute Neurologic Illness, please complete the Patient Summary Form and contact Infectious Diseases & Outbreaks at 1-800-338-8374.
  • To determine if a patient needs to be tested for MERS-CoV, please review MERS-CoV ALERT and Investigation Form.

    ADPH News Archive

    12/04/14

    Alabama health care personnel advised to be immunized for influenza

    11/26/14

    Alabama health officials begin investigation of contaminated dietary product

    10/22/14

    Agencies vaccinate raccoons in northeast Alabama

    10/22/14

    Perry County Health Department investigates TB cases, sponsors health fair Nov.15

    10/08/14

    Governor, State Health Officer and Alabama Hospital Association discuss state's Ebola preparedness activities

    10/03/14

    Coyote in Covington County tests positive for rabies

    10/02/14

    One additional case of Enterovirus D68 confirmed in an Alabama resident; providers asked to report cases of acute neurological illness of unknown case in children

    09/09/14

    Children in Alabama being tested for Enterovirus D68

    08/08/14

    ADPH issues alert to health care providers on Ebola

    08/08/14

    ADPH investigates TB case in Vance

    07/18/14

    Missionaries and visitors to the Caribbean are advised to reduce exposure to mosquitoes to prevent chikungunya and other mosquito-borne viruses

    03/26/14

    Alabama receives top ranking in infection prevention