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Goldstein, Robert10/15/2019 8:30 AM0 
In Boston, there were 5,920 residents living with HIV in 2017, among them a disproportionate number were Latinx/Hispanic. One in seven people living with HIV do not know that they have it.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin10/9/2019 2:35 PM0 
​The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) confirmed today that a case of measles was diagnosed in a Boston resident on October 6, 2019.
YesYesYes10/9/2019 2:35 PM10/9/2019 4:17 PMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert10/2/2019 9:23 AM0 
You are being exposed to chemicals every time you go into an auto shop, hair salon, and nail salon. This program helps reduce the potential harm by partnering with local businesses to keep our environment clean
YesNoYes9/26/2019 1:39 PM10/2/2019 4:53 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin9/27/2019 10:59 AM0 
​Saturday, September 28th is World Rabies Day. Rabies is a deadly but preventable virus that causes more than 59,000 deaths each year worldwide.
NoNoNo9/27/2019 10:42 AM9/27/2019 11:51 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin9/25/2019 3:33 PM0 
​The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) inspectors are actively working to share information about the requirements of the public health emergency declared yesterday with Boston retailers.
YesYesYes9/25/2019 3:32 PM9/26/2019 10:43 AMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert9/18/2019 6:00 PM0 
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is proposing regulations aimed at addressing vaping and tobacco use among youth in Boston.
NoYesYes9/27/2019 10:10 AM9/27/2019 10:10 AMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert9/18/2019 9:00 AM0 
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Goldstein, Robert9/16/2019 8:30 AM0 
BPHC is drawing attention to the effective use of female condoms to prevent the spread of STIs and unintended pregnancy.
NoNoYes9/3/2019 3:26 PM9/4/2019 12:08 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin9/13/2019 2:41 PM0 
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) announced yesterday it was raising the risk level for West Nile Virus (WNV) from low to moderate in Boston and in nearby towns.
YesYesYes9/13/2019 2:39 PM9/13/2019 2:43 PMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert9/3/2019 7:53 AM0 
September is Recovery Month, a national observance that aims to combat the social stigma around addiction, celebrate recovery, and promote overall awareness.
YesYesYes9/3/2019 8:03 AM9/4/2019 12:05 PMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert8/20/2019 11:18 AM0 
According to new research from BPHC, the percentage of Boston’s population that identifies as LGBT has grown significantly in recent years.
YesNoYes8/20/2019 11:13 AM8/22/2019 12:18 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/19/2019 3:13 PM0 
There are a lot of things pregnant mothers worry about. A few big questions when it comes to health: Should you get vaccinated? Is it safe? What vaccines do you need?
NoNoYes8/19/2019 3:07 PM8/22/2019 12:17 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/19/2019 1:30 PM0 
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) advises residents and community members in East Boston of upcoming spraying to help control mosquito populations in selected neighborhood areas.
NoYesNo8/15/2019 1:17 PM8/22/2019 12:19 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/16/2019 11:30 AM0 
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) advises residents and community members in Hyde Park and West Roxbury of upcoming spraying to help control mosquito populations in selected neighborhood areas.
NoYesNo8/15/2019 1:11 PM8/22/2019 12:23 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/13/2019 5:16 PM0 
Vaccines can protect babies and young children from 14 very serious diseases before they turn 2-years-old. Many of these vaccines are available at low or no cost to parents through a variety of programs.
NoNoYes8/13/2019 3:02 PM8/22/2019 1:10 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/9/2019 4:27 PM0 
Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined Boston EMS to celebrate the graduation of 15 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) recruits, as well as four promotions, in a ceremony at Faneuil Hall on Friday, August 9, 2019.
YesYesNo8/13/2019 3:18 PM8/22/2019 12:22 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin8/5/2019 2:05 PM0 
The need for vaccinations doesn’t end with childhood. Healthy adults can get very sick if they are not fully vaccinated and do not keep up on their vaccines.
NoNoYes8/5/2019 1:52 PM8/19/2019 3:15 PMApproved
  
Goldstein, Robert7/22/2019 10:19 AM0 
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Goldstein, Robert7/18/2019 8:32 AM0 
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City of Boston has declared a heat emergency, beginning Friday, July 19 at noon through the evening of July 21 (Sunday).  Click to read more.
NoYesNo7/18/2019 8:46 AM7/29/2019 8:23 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin7/18/2019 8:00 AM0 
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) advises residents and community members in East Boston of upcoming spraying to help control mosquito populations in selected neighborhood areas.
NoNoNo7/19/2019 3:20 PM8/15/2019 1:19 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin7/12/2019 6:20 PM0 
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is proud to announce our Office of Accreditation and Quality Improvement was awarded the 2019 Model Practice Award for its Quality Improvement (QI) program on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).
YesNoYes7/12/2019 4:41 PM7/30/2019 2:31 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin7/10/2019 9:29 PM0 
The Boston EMS EMT who was attacked and stabbed multiple times is out of surgery and recovering at Massachusetts General Hospital.
YesYesNo7/10/2019 9:27 PM7/29/2019 8:23 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin7/8/2019 12:05 PM0 
​The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is honored to announce that Deborah Samuels, Operations Assistant Coordinator at Woods Mullen Shelter, is a 2019 recipient of a Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award.
YesNoYes7/8/2019 11:34 AM7/10/2019 12:37 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin6/28/2019 10:28 AM0 
Whether you're swimming, grilling, riding a bike or enjoying other outdoor activities in the beautiful sunshine, the Boston Public Health Commission wants to make sure you and your family stay safe and healthy this summer.
NoNoYes6/28/2019 9:57 AM7/30/2019 2:32 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin6/27/2019 10:41 AM0 
The only way to know if you have HIV is to get tested.
NoNoNo6/27/2019 10:05 AM7/8/2019 12:06 PMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin6/26/2019 11:15 AM0 
It is that time of year when mosquitoes are everywhere. The Boston Public Health Department (BPHC) wants you and your family to be safe this summer.
NoNoNo6/26/2019 10:49 AM6/28/2019 10:34 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin6/3/2019 11:29 AM0 
Ellis selected by MassDOT as one of 14 schools statewide to receive infrastructure  improvements from the Massachusetts Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project Funding Program.
NoNoNo6/3/2019 11:22 AM6/3/2019 11:44 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin5/31/2019 12:15 PM0 
The four-month-long series will offer 30 free classes per week from June 3 to September 28 in 19 neighborhoods across the city. 
YesYesYes5/31/2019 11:49 AM6/28/2019 10:33 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin5/22/2019 4:07 PM0 
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined members of Boston EMS and Massport for a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the newly renovated Boston EMS Station at Logan International Airport.
YesYesYes5/22/2019 3:54 PM5/23/2019 11:52 AMApproved
  
McLaughlin, Caitlin5/13/2019 11:35 AM0 
Katie Keating has been named the new Division Director of Ryan White Services at the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC).
NoNoYes5/23/2019 10:26 AM5/23/2019 11:50 AMApproved
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