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Rabies

Rabies

Rabies is a disease that affects only mammals (such as raccoons, bats, dogs, horses, and humans). It is caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. Without treatment, it is 100 percent fatal. Rabies develops in two stages. During the first stage, which can last...

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Recreational Water Facilities

Recreational Water Facilities

The Cabell-Huntington Health Department (CHHD) strives to ensure that the numerous water recreational facilities (pools, spas, water parks, etc…) existing within our territory are operated and maintained to ensure optimum public safety for their thousands of users....

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Disease Information

Disease Information

COVID-19CORONAVIRUS Click here for more information on the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).Disease Information Information to help control the spread of disease and to protect others from getting it.

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Cabell-Huntington Health Department COVID-19 Update

Cabell-Huntington Health Department COVID-19 Update

HUNTINGTON, West Virginia. Cabell County continues to experience elevated spread of COVID-19. The Cabell-Huntington Health Department has identified 184 new cases in the first 5 days of November, including 83 cases reported on November 5th, the highest single day’s...

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Violation Descriptions

Violation Descriptions

Health Code Violation DescriptionsWe work hard to keep our local restaurants and food facilities clean and our consumers informed.  Health Code violations are marked as Priority, Priority Foundation, and Core Priority violations are items with a quantifiable measure...

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Questions and Answers about a “Stay-At-Home” Order

Questions and Answers about a “Stay-At-Home” Order

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT A “STAY-AT-HOME” ORDER: ​Q: WHEN DOES THIS STAY-AT-HOME ORDER TAKE EFFECT? A: Gov. Justice’s order is effective 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 24. It will remain in effect until terminated by subsequent executive order. Q: WHAT DOES THIS...

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Self-testing Before Holiday Gatherings

Self-testing Before Holiday GatheringsHealthcare providers should consider recommending that their patients perform COVID-19 self-tests (also referred to as home tests or over-the-counter tests), and encourage their guests to do the same, before indoor holiday...

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