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Hepatitis C Test & Cure

Hepatitis C Test & Cure is committed to making the most of recent advances in medicine that can improve the lives of thousands suffering from chronic hepatitis infection. There is no vaccine to prevent hepatitis C but there is, however, a cure. If you are either a Baby Boomer OR you currently or have ever used injection drugs, a routine screening for hepatitis C is strongly advised.


Foodborne illness outbreak summaries

Public Health's Communicable Diseases, Epidemiology and Immunizations office teams up with food inspectors to investigate cases of possible foodborne illnesses in King County.


Zika virus updates

Zika is primarily spread through the bite of infected Aedes aegypti and Aedes Albopictus mosquitoes. Washington state does not have these species of mosquitoes, so currently there is no risk in King County of Zika spreading locally.


The Communicable Disease Epidemiology & Immunization Quarterly

This quarterly newsletter is devoted to those who share Public Health's goals of preventing and better understanding communicable diseases.


Annual summaries of disease cases on King County