THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2016

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New Mexico Department of Health News

Seasonal flu vaccine matches New Mexico strains

The New Mexico Department of Health recently confirmed that the seasonal influenza vaccine is a positive match for the strains that are currently circulating, adequately protecting people from contracting the influenza virus. Read More »

Surveillance system helps New Mexico officials track influenza

The New Mexico Department of Health has developed an influenza surveillance system to monitor the yearly influenza, which is an ongoing issue for the state. Read More »

New Mexico ends active Ebola monitoring program

Professionals from the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) recently stated that they have finished their active Ebola monitoring, which observed people traveling from West Africa to New Mexico for signs of the potentially deadly virus. Read More »

New Mexico confirms both human and horse West Nile virus cases

The New Mexico Department of Health recently reported that two women, a man and a horse have received West Nile virus infection diagnoses. Read More »

New Mexico officials confirm third human case of tularemia

The New Mexico Department of Health recently confirmed that there has been a new human case of tularemia. Read More »

New Mexico offering Got Shots? Protect Tots! vaccination program

Free to no-cost vaccines available to children through Aug. 15. Read More »

Tularemia warning issued in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health issued a warning Monday about the risk of contracting tularemia. The warning was issued after a 51-year-old Los Alamos County man received laboratory confirmation from the Scientific Laboratory Division of the Health Department that he has tularemia. Read More »

TB test results from New Mexico announced

Officials from the New Mexico Department of Health recently announced the test results from the 85 people who were exposed to tuberculosis (TB) by a man with an active infection in Clovis, New Mexico. Read More »

New Mexico reports year's first human West Nile virus case

The New Mexico Department of Health has reported that a 12-year-old girl living in Valencia County has been diagnosed with the state's first human case of West Nile virus for 2015. Read More »

NM infants being tested for TB exposure

The New Mexico Department of Health is still evaluating test results for 42 infants who may have been exposed to tuberculosis (TB) at Providence Hospital in El Paso, Texas, between September 2013 and August 2014. Read More »