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You will not be contacted by the health department requesting a payment of any kind. If you receive a call like this, please call the Lexington Police Department at to report it. As Fayette County students prepare to head back to school, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is making sure they have plenty of opportunities to get their required vaccinations.
To beat the back-to-school rush, the health department will be offering immunizations by same-day appointment at the Public Health Clinic at Newtown Pike. To schedule an appointment or for more information about the immunizations, please call Participants must be 18 years or younger and be uninsured or underinsured.
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Medicaid is accepted. Immunization records must be brought to the appointment, and physicals will not be provided. When children are not vaccinated, they are at increased risk and can spread diseases to others in their classrooms and community — including babies who are too young to be fully vaccinated, and people with weakened immune systems due to cancer or other health conditions. Fayette County students who are new to the school district or are entering kindergarten are required to bring a Kentucky immunization certificate in order to enroll.
Sixth-grade students are also required to have certain boosters and must bring an up-to-date immunization certificate.
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Walk-ins will be accepted. Call to schedule your appointment.
The special vaccination clinics will offer the Moderna and Janssen vaccines for ages 18 and older and the Pfizer vaccine for ages 12 and older. The vaccine will not be given to someone who is already fully vaccinated. We will complete a vaccination series for someone whose first dose was given elsewhere. Vaccines will not be be given to those who are not feeling well or have not yet recovered from a current COVID infection. COVID vaccination is free, but your insurance will be billed for an administration fee.
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There will be no cost directly to you. You do not need insurance to get the free vaccine. Thank you for your interest in getting vaccinated. If you need assistance, please call our call center at This summer, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department plans to control mosquito populations in the community by bringing increased focus to eliminating standing water and preventing mosquito larvae from hatching.
At the same time, the department will use mosquito trapping to identify areas where spraying for adult mosquitos would be most useful.
The health department has surveyed Lexington neighborhoods to identify and treat large areas of standing water that can serve as prime locations for mosquitoes to lay their eggs. Elimination of standing water is the ultimate goal, but in places where puddles exist, the water can be treated to kill mosquito larvae with a chemical called a larvicide. The health department will no longer conduct routine mosquito spraying for adult mosquitoes throughout the city on a regular cycle. Instead, mosquito traps will be placed in potential problem areas.
If a certain threshold of mosquito activity is reached, the department will conduct targeted spraying in the appropriate areas.
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Duet has been rigorously tested for human and animal safety and is registered for outdoor residential and recreational areas. Fix or install window and door screens. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water. Cover or eliminate empty containers with standing water.
Limit the of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by getting rid of items such as tires, buckets, barrels and cans. The twilight hours around dusk and dawn are times of peak mosquito activity. Use insect repellent when outdoors especially during peak activity times, including early morning hours.
Apply repellent according to label instructions. When weather permits, wear long sleeves, long pants and socks outdoors. Mosquitoes can bite through thin clothing, so spraying clothes with repellent containing permethrin or another EPA-registered repellent helps prevent bites. One out of every six people get sick from a foodborne illness each year, and a few extra precautions can help keep your summer meals, cookouts and picnics illness-free this year.
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department wants to increase awareness of food safety as people head into the summer picnic season. The following food safety guidelines can help you prevent the spread of food-borne illness from picnic meals shared with family and friends:. Ground beef: degrees Fahrenheit for 15 seconds. Poultry and stuffed meats: degrees F for 15 seconds. Commissioner of Health Dr.
Full disclosure: if Dr. Kraig Humbaugh wins this award, he will place all the credit on his staff.
Anyone who has worked with Dr. Humbaugh knows he is the first to take the blame for anything bad and to pass the credit for anything good. Humbaugh is doing just that. Humbaugh has used his expertise in epidemiology to help the community better understand the data. Fortunately for Lexington, that type of leadership existed long before the worldwide pandemic. Humbaugh has extensive experience in public health, including epidemiology of communicable diseases, emergency preparedness and response, as well as a background as a pediatrician.
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Rice C. Leach Public Health Hero award winners. The award is given annually to individuals who have demonstrated their dedication to improving the health of Lexington residents.
This has been without a charge to the department or the public. Gaines, the Consolidated staff and volunteers work with the health department each week to make sure every need is met for those getting vaccinated.
This saves at least four hours every time a clinic is held. Leach died April 1, Svetla SlavovaReginald ThomasDr. LeachDr. Susan Pollack and Marian F. Guinnthe Rev. Malkanthie McCormick ; Dr. David Stevens and the late Dr. Doane Fischer ; Dr. Robert Lam received a Lifetime Achievement Award in Click on each image for a high-quality version. The latest information showing the demographic data for our weekly COVID vaccination clinics is now available.
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The clinics have been expanded to include anyone 18 and older who lives or works in Lexington. Updated Jan. The clinics start at 10 a. This for Phase 1B ages 70 and older. Registration starts at 5 p. Note: we are not responsible for this site and cannot answer questions about the process or clinics. State vaccine information can be found at vaccine.
Leach Public Health Hero Award. The award, now in its 18th year, is for individuals who have demonstrated their dedication to improving the health of Lexington residents. Svetla SlavovaKentucky State Sen. Reginald ThomasDr. Call at: Information The vaccine will not be given to someone who is already fully vaccinated.
The following food safety guidelines can help you prevent the spread of food-borne illness from picnic meals shared with family and friends: Keep hands clean.
Wash hands before eating or preparing food, after using the restroom, between handling raw and ready-to-eat items and after handling pets. Wash with hot soapy water and dry with paper towels. Clean and sanitize surfaces often. To sanitize surfaces, use a solution of regular household bleach and warm water.
Add about 1 tablespoon of bleach to 2 gallons of water for the right concentration. Sanitize by first washing and rinsing the surface and then immerse, spray or swab with the bleach solution.