Western UP Health Department

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Slide New Layer WUPHD is following guidance from (MDHHS) regarding vaccination of the following priority groups.
Individuals age 65 and over & prioritized frontline workers Due to vaccine availability, we are unable to schedule additional clinics.
Additional appointments will become available as vaccine supply increases. We appreciate your patience!
Teachers, support staff and child care workers who have direct contact with children
Police, fire, conservation officers, inspectors, corrections officers
Workers in homeless shelters, congregate child care, and adult and child protective services
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Vaccine available for: Call your local health department office to schedule an appointment. Children
Adults
High Dose for Seniors
Slide New Layer Priorities for COVID-19 Case Investigations New Layer Read More New Layer New Layer Slide image of a calendar and clock to notify public that agency is open by appointment only To Protect the health of our staff: WUPHD Offices and Services are available
by appointment only.
Please contact your local office for assistance
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Our Core Functions:

Environmental Health Environmental Health is responsible for the promotion of environmental health and disease reduction through a system of inspection programs, consultation, planning, educational outreach projects and, as a last resort, enforcement action.
Public Health Public health promotes and protects the health of people and the communities where they live, learn, work and play. While a doctor treats people who are sick, public health works to prevent people from getting sick or injured in the first place.
Emergency Preparedness Emergency Preparedness is the process of planning, training, responding, and evaluating to ensure that people and communities are protected when extraordinary events threaten public and environmental health and safety.