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    Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Tarrant County

    Jan 10 - Tarrant County Public Health received influenza-associated death reports late Tuesday evening, marking the first voluntarily reported adult flu-related deaths of this flu season in Tarrant County.

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    Oct 20 - Tarrant County Public Health has confirmed West Nile Virus in two samples collected in unincorporated Northwest Tarrant County. Ground spraying in these locations will take place Saturday, October 21.


    Health Director's blog entry - May 31, 2018

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    It's not even summer yet!

    After living in north Texas for a few years now, I've noticed the heat often gets here before summer becomes official.

    So for other recent arrivals, and as a reminder to those who've lived here awhile, keep alert and aware of the effects heat can have on anyone --especially children or pets-- left inside a hot car. Take precautions, set reminders, do what you must to ensure their safety. They're worth your efforts.

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