Take steps to help protect your child during an emergency

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Keeping Children Safe

School is back in session. As you stock up on pencils, take first-day pictures, and adjust to new bus schedules, take a few, quick steps that can keep your child safer during an emergency.

Disease of the Week

Most people who get infected with non-polio enteroviruses do not get sick, or they only have mild illness, like the common cold. Symptoms of mild illness can include fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, skin rash, mouth blisters, and body and muscle aches.

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Image of the Week

 Two children standing amongst the debris of a construction site in India  

This image was captured in 2011, by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Health Communication Specialist, Alan Janssen, MSPH, during his tour of India, whereupon, he reviewed the communications elements of the polio eradication program in that region.

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COVID-19 in the U.S.
Monkeypox in the U.S.

Know your COVID-19 Community Level 

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Take action to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 based on the COVID-19 Community Level in your area.

Cases, Data, and Surveillance

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Find maps and charts to track monkeypox cases at the state and national level in the United States.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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