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Spring Fling Event @ College Park May 18th!

COLLEGE PARK, GA. –  The staff of the Fulton County Board of Health’s (FCBOH) College Park Regional Health Center invites the public to participate in “Spring Fling ‘24” as a fun family event and an opportunity to inform residents about the service...

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Holiday Health & Food Safety Tips

This holiday season, we want to spread love and cheer, not viruses and food poisoning. The Fulton County Board of Health is encouraging everyone to follow these health and safety tips as we begin to gather.  Stay home if you're sick- If you’re...

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Free At-Home Covid-19 Tests

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is Offering Free At-home COVID-19 Tests Every household in the United States is eligible to order four free COVID-19 quick tests, which will be sent right to your door. These tests are considered...

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COVID & Flu Cases Rise Across Fulton County

ATLANTA – The Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) is encouraging all residents to take the proper precautions to ensure their health and wellbeing in the New Year. FCBOH epidemiologists have noticed an increase in both COVID-19 and influenza...

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Flu Vaccination: The Best Protection Against the Flu

ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is urging Georgians to get vaccinated against flu right now. Flu activity is already widespread in Georgia – earlier than we’ve seen in recent years. With Thanksgiving just two weeks away, you...

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City of Atlanta to Host Flu and COVID-19 Vaccine Event

ATLANTA – In partnership with the Fulton County Board of Health, the City of Atlanta is hosting a series of flu and COVID-19 vaccination events, which are open to the public and City of Atlanta employees. The first event is Thursday, November 3,...

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COVID Vaccination Event Scheduled for Greenbriar Mall

ATLANTA – As the Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) and its COVID vaccine partners try to reach as many residents as possible with the latest bivalent booster shots, FCBOH along with Fulton County Government and CORE Georgia will host a major...

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Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available in Fulton

Beginning Monday, September 12, 2022, the Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) will begin offering the bivalent COVID-19 vaccines for use as booster doses to the public. This booster is designed specifically to offer protection against both the...

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