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Environmental Health helps to protect the health of the citizens of Monongalia County by regulating the food, water, land, public spaces and businesses of Monongalia County.

If you’ve eaten in a restaurant or gotten take-out, gone swimming in a pool, stayed in a hotel, attended school, gotten a tattoo or body piercing or eaten a hamburger at a fair or a football game, MCHD Environmental Health sanitarians have conducted an inspection of the facility as we continue to keep our community safe.

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Rabies vaccine baits are safe, but keep an eye out for them

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Aug. 24, 2022 - By Mary Wade Burnside In 2019, Monongalia County had 20 reported cases of rabies, the viral illness that is always fatal in mammals. The final case occurred o...

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Watch out for rabies vaccine baits!

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Aug. 10, 2022 - By Mary Wade Burnside ​Monongalia County residents, especially those with pets that spend time outdoors, should be on the lookout for rabies vaccine baits that...

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Beat the heat by protecting yourself from UV rays

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Jul. 8, 2022 - By Katie Minor ​It’s summer and we can all feel the heat! This is the best time of year to get out and experience the beauty our county has to offer, so you wa...

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