Long Beach health officer
Long Beach City Health Officer, Dr. Anissa Davis, has ordered all swimming areas in Alamitos Bay closed to water contact, due to a sewage spill Monday involving the Los Angeles County Sanitation District.
Long Beach Health Officer, Dr. Anissa Davis, is advising residents to take precautions against the heat this week. The National Weather Service is forecasting highs ranging from 95 to the low 100’s in parts of Long Beach.
The California Department of Public Health announced the State’s first death due to West Nile Virus for 2016. The case involved a senior citizen from Sacramento County. In light of the State’s announcement, Long Beach Interim Health Officer, Dr.
With the hot weather creating an ideal environment for mosquito breeding, Dr. Mitchell Kushner, City Health Officer, encourages all residents to protect themselves against West Nile Virus.
The first human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) this year in Long Beach has been confirmed.
Due to the high temperatures forecast this week through Thursday, Long Beach Health Officer Dr. Mitchell Kushner has activated extended hours at six Cooling Centers throughout Long Beach, where people can stay cool in an air-conditioned facility.
Long Beach Health Officer, Dr. Mitchell Kushner, is advising residents to take precautions against the heat from today, Thursday, August 13, through the weekend, with temperatures forecasted in the low to mid-90s in parts of Long Beach.
Long Beach Health Officer, Dr. Mitchell Kushner, is advising residents to take precautions against the heat this week, particularly on Thursday, July 30, and Friday, July 31, with temperatures forecasted in the low to mid-90s in parts of Long Beach.
The City Health Officer, Dr. Mitchell Kushner, announced today that there is one confirmed case of measles associated with a recent outbreak affecting multiple counties in California and Utah. The Long Beach resident spent time at the Disneyland Resort in the City of Anaheim, during the period of December 16-20, 2014.
The Health Department continues to encourage flu vaccinations for all people 6 months of age and older.
The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services is reporting an increase in flu activity in Long Beach, and urges residents to get their flu shot.
City health officials are warning the public to avoid contacts with bats, after a bat found in downtown Long Beach tested positive for rabies. The bat was found by a local resident on Wednesday afternoon, December 3, 2014 at Victory Park near Ocean Boulevard and Seaside Way.