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Foodborne disease is caused by consuming contaminated foods or beverages. Many different disease-causing microbes, or pathogens, can contaminate foods, so there are many different foodborne infections. In addition, poisonous chemicals, or other harmful substances can cause foodborne diseases if they are present in food.
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No, you don`t have to restart the series. The recommended schedule is for the optimal protection, though, and it is important to stay on schedule.
In general, if your child is 0 through 18 years of age, and is either on Medicaid, has no health insurance, or has insurance that does not cover 100% immunizations then your child will qualify. First and second doses of MMR vaccine are available for students entering college. Teton County Public Health Nursing can only provide vaccines to VFC eligible children, so if your child is fully covered by insurance for vaccines, we recommend you see your family physician.
Your private physician or Teton County Public Health can provide low cost confidential male and female services including:
Their phone number is 307-732-6401.
There is an EPA Authorized Specialist available by calling 307-733-1883 or 1-800-537-6029.
Teton County Public Health does not provide travel immunizations or provide information about which vaccines are needed for particular countries. Our Adult Immunization Clinics can provide you with Hepatitis A or Hepatitis B shots. It is recommended that you start your series several months prior to your anticipated travel time.
Other physicians who provide travel immunizations include:
Becoming part of the “system” starts with participation in our Systems of Care meetings. We meet the third Thursday of every month. Please call Charlotte Reynolds at 307-732-5786 for the time and place.
You can report an illness or get further assistance by calling 307-733-6401.