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Objects in the Mirror are Closer than they Appear: Infectious Diseases on the Horizon, and the Public Health Response
Air travel has already brought "far away" global infectious disease threats such as MERS, H7N9 flu and Lassa fever to Minnesota. In 2014, the Minnesota Department of Health has investigated a small number of cases of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. If a response is needed, is your jurisdiction ready for isolation, quarantine and mass vaccination? Join us for an overview of current infectious disease issues and the public health response at the state and local levels.
Kristen Ehresmann, Minnesota Dept. of Health
In This Theme: Protecting Minnesotans
|A6||Objects in the Mirror are Closer than they Appear: Infectious Diseases on the Horizon, and the Public Health Response|
|B6||Vectorborne Disease in Minnesota: New Arrivals and Old Favorites|
|C6||Hot-Button Issues in Public Health Emergency Preparedness|