Community Temporary Events Committee

In order to continue improving communication and outreach to community and business stakeholders, the Tulare County Environmental Health Division is forming a Community Temporary Event Committee.

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West Nile Virus Activity in Tulare County

During the summer months, community members should be on guard and protect themselves while enjoying outdoor activities. 

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CDPH Recommendations for Measles Case Identification, Measles Infection Control, and Measles Case and Contact Investigations

To date in 2014, 60 cases of measles have been reported to the California Department of Public Health. This number compares with six cases reported at this time in 2013 and is the highest number of reported cases in any year since 1995.

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Tulare & Kings Counties Launch LOSS Team

The Tulare & Kings Counties Suicide Prevention Task Force announces the launch of the LOSS Team to assist those impacted by suicide deaths.

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Immunizations for Children

To help Tulare County parents make sure their children get all the immunizations (shots) they need, at the right ages, the Immunization Program helps provide vaccines to children whose parents or guardians may not be able to afford them. This helps ensure that all children have a better chance of getting their recommended vaccinations on schedule. These vaccines protect babies, young children, and adolescents from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Shots are available for those who have no health insurance, have Medi-Cal, or whose insurance does not cover immunizations. Please call for information about these low-cost immunizations.

To contact us, or for a list of clinic dates and locations, see the Contact and Locations tab.

Immunizations for Adults

We provide vaccinations to individuals who are traveling abroad or have school, work, or immigration requirements.

See the "Contact and Location" and "Resources" tabs for more information.