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Even when emergencies are beyond our control, we can all lessen their impact on family health and safety. How? Prepare and plan ahead. Both can help keep you calm, cool, and collected in an emergency. cdc.gov/prepyourhealth…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Today is another hot and humid day in parts of the state before cooler weather rolls in.

Remember to drink plenty of water, limit your time outside, and check on any vulnerable neighbors or loved ones.
 
Some Do’s and Don’ts to reduce your risk of heat-related illness:
DO
✔️Spend a few hours in air conditioning when it’s really hot
✔️Hydrate
✔️Take breaks
✔️Take a cool shower
DON’T
❌❌Ignore the signs of heat-related illness
Check out more tips here: health.ny.gov/extremeheat
 
Loving, attentive parents have lost awareness that their child is in the car. Last year, many children died because they were forgotten in a hot car. Take a few moments today, in honor of a child you love, and read how this type of tragedy can happen.
nhtsa.gov/child-safety/y…
 
Protect yourself from dangerous heat related illness during a heat wave by finding a place to cool off for a few hours. Cooling Centers may be available near you: health.ny.gov/environmental/…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
As monkeypox cases rise, we’ve worked to make testing and care available statewide.

If you believe you were exposed or have symptoms, such as a new rash or lesion, don’t delay — contact a healthcare provider and get tested: health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
Prevent heat related illness by being prepared. Check your local weather before going out. If the temperature is high, pack a water bottle and wear lighter clothing. If the day is too hot to handle, get inside in air conditioning for a few hours. health.ny.gov/environmental/…
 
Text “MONKEYPOX” to 81336 or “MONKEYPOXESP” for alerts in Spanish. By providing a zip code, New Yorkers can also opt-in for location-based messages on monkeypox. Share and help more New Yorkers stay informed. health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
Spending a few hours in air conditioning reduces your risk of heat-related illness when it’s hot. That’s why local officials across New York State have set up Cooling Centers so you can spend a few hours in AC. Find a place to get cool near you: health.ny.gov/environmental/…
 
☀️Learn who’s at risk during a heat wave and help them keep cool: health.ny.gov/publications/1…
 
Staying informed on monkeypox couldn’t be easier. Get location-based updates.
📲 English: Text MONKEYPOX to 81336
📲 Spanish: Text MONKEYPOXESP to 81336
🖥️ health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
Parents and guardians: get the information you need from our website or talk to your child’s health care provider. Help your child get the best protection against #COVID19. ny.gov/VaxForKids
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
In reply to @DrMaryTBassett
We must meet this moment by getting ourselves & our children by 2 months old immunized against polio as soon as possible – the protection against this debilitating virus we all need. health.ny.gov/press/releases…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
For every one case of paralytic polio observed, there may be hundreds of others infected. Coupled with the latest wastewater findings, it’s clear: polio is a threat to unvaccinated New Yorkers & children today.
 
New Yorkers, a first booster dose is safe and continues to provide strong protection against severe outcomes. Eligible New Yorkers should schedule a #COVID19 booster appointment today. ny.gov/boosters
 
POLIO UPDATE: Following a polio case in Rockland Cty, new wastewater samples detect the virus in Rockland & Orange Cty, evidence of local transmission & potential spread. To be polio-free, adults & children should be up to date with polio immunizations: health.ny.gov/press/releases…
 
Do you know someone who may need a little help keeping cool during hot weather?
☀️Check in on others to see if they are staying cool and hydrated, especially those at risk, like children and seniors.
health.ny.gov/publications/1…
 
ICYMI: Applicants can apply for a one-time grant of $49,999. ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/5Rqfr3nwxy
Replying to @HealthNYGov
The funding will enable up to 210 organizations that specialize in wellness programs aimed at those who often go without access to medical information because of inequities. Applications are due August 5 using a new, user-friendly application. Learn more: health.ny.gov/press/releases…
 
ICYMI: Applicants can apply for a one-time grant of $49,999. ⬇️
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Meet Tanaya England, a working mom and one of the first 1,000 recipients of the Nurses for Our Future scholarship.
 
She’s going back to school to become a nurse, and now she won’t have to worry about the cost. 
 
Her dedication to caring for people is an inspiration for us all.
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Thank you @HHSGov for taking this critical step to fight monkeypox.
 
This will allow us to respond even more aggressively by increasing our testing, treatment, and vaccination efforts. We'll continue working with our partners at the @WhiteHouse to keep New Yorkers safe.
 
Stay informed about monkeypox, get the latest numbers for NYS, FAQs and more: health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
Programs throughout NYS are available. Learn more about each program and sign up for one today. health.ny.gov/diseases/condi…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Con avisos de calor casi todos los días, mantenerse seguro mientras se ejercita bajo el sol es esencial.

Siga estos valiosos consejos sobre cómo puede mantenerse fresco:
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
As the heat continues across New York State, don't forget to take precautions while working and spending long periods outside.

Here are a couple of tips to keep you safe. #heatsafety
 
The Department’s monkeypox website is always updated with the latest information. Stay informed: health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
🍼 Seeing new brands of infant formula on store shelves? Bubs Organic is one of the brands you may see. @HHSgov’s web pages are updated regularly with the latest information for parents and guardians: hhs.gov/formula/index.…
 
In reply to @HealthNYGov
The funding will enable up to 210 organizations that specialize in wellness programs aimed at those New Yorkers who often go without access to the latest medical information because of inequities where they live.⬇️
Replying to @HealthNYGov
When community partners apply, they will use a new user-friendly online, grant application. Awardees will have a program support contact and fiscal support contact throughout the contract. Learn more today: health.ny.gov/press/releases…
 
🆕@HealthNYGov has two funding opportunities for small, community-based wellness organizations to encourage the expansion or development of new #COVID-19 mitigation and prevention services.⬇️
Replying to @HealthNYGov
The funding will enable up to 210 organizations that specialize in wellness programs aimed at those New Yorkers who often go without access to the latest medical information because of inequities where they live.⬇️
 
🆕@HealthNYGov has two funding opportunities for small, community-based wellness organizations to encourage the expansion or development of new #COVID-19 mitigation and prevention services.⬇️
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
I’m in New York City making a major announcement on our efforts to strengthen and bolster our health care workforce. Join me live: twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
We’re expecting dangerously hot conditions throughout the state today.

Take steps to stay cool, check on your vulnerable family members & neighbors, and stay safe.
 
When you share this information, you help spread the word that in New York, reproductive health services in New York is safe, legal and accessible for all. ny.gov/abortion
 
Summertime may mean more outdoor playtime for children, but high temperatures put them at risk for heat-related illness. Help kids follow these simple tips to keep cool:
💧 Drink lots of water
👕 Wear loose clothing
⛱️ Take regular breaks
Learn more: health.ny.gov/publications/1…
 
#COVID19 vaccinations save lives. Learn how to make an appointment for your children today: ny.gov/VaxForKids
 
Staying up to date on your #COVID19 booster means maximizing your protection against the virus. Boosters are widely available – and free – statewide. ny.gov/booster
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Making even more resources available to LHDs & providers to care for New Yorkers, last week I declared monkeypox an Imminent Threat to Public Health and @GovKathyHochul declared a State of Emergency in New York. Watch my full interview @fox5ny: fox5ny.com/video/1100597
 
It’s not too late to register and learn more about monkeypox from DOH speakers and other panelists.
We are 2 days away from the next community town hall & update on Monkeypox (MPX). Register: bit.ly/3Bm5nmn pic.twitter.com/OkCHoiNcgu
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
We’re heating up today, with parts of the State dangerously hot tomorrow & Friday as heat index values will reach over 100º.

Stay hydrated, limit time outdoors, & check on your neighbors.

And if you need a place to beat the heat, find a cooling center: health.ny.gov/environmental/…
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
Today I’m proud to launch our Health Care Worker Bonus program.

This is about more than saying thank you to our frontline heroes — it’s about investing in our future by strengthening and growing the workforce, while ensuring we deliver the highest quality care for New Yorkers.
 
NYSDOH Retweeted ·  
It was great to speak to @Sarbetter @NY1 about monkeypox. NYers should know that the virus spreads by substantial skin-to-skin, face-to-face, & sexual contact. We have seen it introduced into a network of men who have sex with men, but anyone can get monkeypox.
 
Find a #COVID19 booster location near you.
📱 Text your zip code to 438829
📱 Call 1-800-232-0233
📱 Visit vaccines.gov
 
#DYK? Monkeypox largely spreads through close, physical contact between people. This means anyone can get monkeypox, regardless of sexual orientation or gender. Stay informed at: health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
It’s National Immunization Awareness Month! Protect your children from serious illness by getting their recommended vaccines before they go back to school. youtube.com/watch?v=hLbr5p…
 
New Yorkers, you can learn more about monkeypox, symptoms testing and care, with one simple text.
📲 English: Text MONKEYPOX to 81336
📲 Spanish: Text MONKEYPOXESP to 81336
🖥️ health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
You’ll need more than sunscreen to beat the heat during a heat wave. Stay hydrated, take showers, and avoid being outside during the hottest part of the day—all steps you can take to prevent heat stroke. Check out more tips keep cool: health.ny.gov/publications/1…
 
Millions of children have had #COVID19. In rare instances, kids can develop severe complications that require hospitalization, intensive care or a ventilator. Learn more about getting your youngest child vaccinated: whattoexpect.com/news/first-yea…
 
.@DrMaryTBassett in today’s @TimesUnion: “Monkeypox can affect anyone. Any close, personal contact with a monkeypox lesion or sore can cause someone to get monkeypox.” Read the full piece here: timesunion.com/opinion/articl…
 
Get more facts about monkeypox from our dedicated pages: health.ny.gov/monkeypox
 
Parents and guardians, get the information you need about school vaccine requirements, vaccine FAQs, and more. health.ny.gov/prevention/imm…
 
 
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