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As a Public Health Email Update Subscriber, you will receive an email announcing when the latest information regarding the topics below have been updated on our website along with a link to access the full text. This a free service.

How to sign up
  1. Start by clicking here to sign up for email updates. You'll be taken to a page asking you to enter your email address.
  2. Enter your email address then press the 'Go' button. Follow the instructions on the next page to create a new service account.
  3. Set a password to protect your account. Setting a password will allow you to control how your email address is subscribed and unsubscribed to the system and protect from others subscribing you without your permission.
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  5. Activate your subscription request. You will be sent a message to your email account asking you to confirm your request by pressing on an included link.
Public Health webpages available to subscribe
Learn more about the webpages that you can subscribe to receive updates by visiting the pages below:

Birth and Death Records:
Medical Examiner's Office
Vital Statistics - Birth and Death Records

Board of Health and Social Justice:
King County Board of Health
King County Equity and Social Justice

Child & Youth Health:
ABCD Dental Providers List Update
Child Care Health Program
Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)
Family Life and Sexual Health Lesson Plans for schools (FLASH)

Chronic Disease Prevention:
Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program
Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW)

Communicable Diseases, Epidemiology and Immunizations:
Seasonal flu case statistics in King County
Seasonal flu vaccine recommendations
Tuberculosis Program
Vaccines for Children Program supply report

Data, Publications and Reports:
Community Health Indicators
Epi-Log Newsletter
New Public Health reports and publications
Public Health materials in multiple languages
Vac-Scene Newsletter

Emergency Preparedness:
Advanced Practice Center
Bioterrorism preparedness
Disaster fact sheets
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Health & Medical Area Command
Health and medical flood preparedness - Green River Basin
Pandemic Flu Resources

Environmental Health:
Drinking Water Program
Water Recreation Program
West Nile virus
Zoonotic disease program

Food Protection Program:
Food establishment closures
Food worker/handler permits
How to start a food business in King County

Grants and Requests for Proposals (RFP)
Community Transformation Grant (CTG) Small Communities Program
RFP and other funding opportunities

HIV/AIDS & STD Program:
HIV/AIDS Program
Needle Exchange Schedule
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Program

Injury prevention
Violence and Injury Prevention

News and Information:
News Releases

Personal Health:
Health Insurance for King County, WA residents
Health Care for the Homeless Network
Tobacco Prevention Program

Violence and Injury Prevention:
Violence and Injury Prevention Program
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