Emergency Notification System “DeltAlert”: Learn about rapidly disseminating time-sensitive messages to every telephone number stored in the notification database. Read More | Sign Up

Influenza: 2011-2012 Flu Season Lurks Around the Corner.  Click here to learn more.

2011 State of the County Health Report (SOTCH): Do you know what the Top 5 leading causes of death in Stokes County are?  Click here to learn more.

Accreditation: Stokes County Health Department awarded State Accreditation Designation  Click here for more information

West Nile Virus: North Carolina has reported 4 cases of WNV including 2 deaths Read More. | Mosquitoes

Food Code Change: How is this change going to affect you? Read More.

Whooping Cough: Confirmed pertussis case in Stokes County. Read More.  Facts

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September is National Preparedness MonthHow are you preparing? Read More.


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Past News Articles

Health Department Recognized For Measles Response Read More.

Board Approved Drawings For Health Department Addition Read More.

Pinnacle Man Draws Fire For Tattooing Dog Read More.

Changes Approved For King Clinic Site Read More.

Re-Opening King Clinic is Unlikely Read More.

Update: County Abolishes Health, DSS Boards Read More.

County Proposes To Assume Health, DSS Boards’ Authority Read More.

Update: New Measles Cases Reported in Stokes Last Week Read More.

Additional Measles Cases Reported in Stokes Read More.

Measles Outbreak Contained: Read More.

Health Department Working To Contain Measles Outbreak: Read More.

Child Immunizations: New Immunization Laws will affect children entering Kindergarten and 7th grade for the 2015-2016 School Year.


Kindergartners Must Now Have: One dose of Polio Vaccine after 4 years of age and two doses of Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccines before beginning the school year.


7th Graders Must Now Have: A booster dose of TDAP vaccination and One dose of meningococcal vaccination before beginning the school year.

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