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Florida Department of Health data indicates COVID-19 new case positivity rates continued to drop last week … more
On Feb. 17, Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez was joined by State Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo ... more
Through With Chew Week raises awareness about the dangers of smokeless tobacco use ... more
Florida Department of Health data indicates COVID-19 new case positivity rates continued to drop last week. more
The Florida Department of Health encourages healthy habits to help residents and visitors celebrate the Super Bowl. more
Raulerson Hospital celebrates 43 years of caring for this community. more
Okeechobee County’s COVID-19 new case positivity rate dropped from 40.7% for the week of Jan. 7-13 to 13.3% for the week of Feb. 4-10 ... more
Most likely you have noticed a new business on State Road 70 East, next door to Dunkin Donuts. more
CDC has been collaborating with global public health and industry partners to learn about Omicron. more
Feb. 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), an annual observance effort to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS prevention, care, and treatment... more
Feb. 4 was National Wear Red Day! more
Florida’s new COVID-19 positivity dropped to 18% for the seven day period ending Feb. 3 ... more
February is American Heart Month and there is no time like now to learn about heart health and ways to keep your heart healthy. more
Each year, the Florida Department of Health recognizes February as Heart Month, a time to increase heart disease... more
The Florida Department of Health in Okeechobee County (FDOH-Okeechobee) issued a rabies alert for the Northwest... more
Rabies warning for Okeechobee County more
Each year, Okeechobee County receives reports of rabid animals. In 2021/2022, three rabid animals ... more
Miss USA and other high-profile suicides are sparking intense conversations and making the message of suicide prevention even more crucial ... more
Nearly 90% of Florida voters (89%) support increasing funding for a program that provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings ... more
The highly COVID-19 Omicron variant continues to spread in Florida and Omicron “sub-variant” Omicron BA.2 may be close behind ... more
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