Hepatitis A Case Confirmed in Lenawee County. The Lenawee County Health Department has a confirmed case of hepatitis A in a Lenawee County resident, which is linked to an outbreak in southeast Michigan.
Flu is Widespread in Lenawee County. The Lenawee County Health Department would like to remind individuals that you can help stop the spread of influenza by proper handwashing, covering your mouth while coughing or sneezing, and staying home while you are ill.
It is not too late to get your flu shot for this season. Contact your physician or the Lenawee County Health
Department at 517-264-5226 to schedule your appointment today!
Radon Action Month Press Release. January is Radon Action Month and the health department is encouraging residents who have never tested their home for radon, to test their home and take necessary action to reduce their exposure to radon. To encourage testing, radon test kits will be available free of charge at the health department through the month of January.
Hepatitis A Outbreak in Southeast Michigan 10-19-2017. Information about the Hepatitis A outbreak in the city of Detroit, and Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Wayne, and St. Clair counties.
Mosquito Surveillance Program Press Release 8-15-2017 Information about the health department's mosquito surveillance program which looks for the type of mosquitoes which are known to carry the Zika Virus. Large Tire Collection Event August 26, 2017
West Nile Virus Update 7-20-2017 Information about a bird that tested positive for West Nile Virus and steps individuals can take to limit exposure to the virus.