Infectious Disease/Vaccination Information
The New Canaan Health Department works in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), & State of CT Department of Public Health (DPH) to control the spread of infectious diseases. Examples of infectious diseases are Tuberculosis (TB), Flu, Measles, Ebola, Hepatitis B & C, HIV/AIDS and more. The control of infectious disease is done through vaccinations, education, inspections, preparedness and prevention.

NEW:  CORONAVIRUS CDC FACT SHEETS (FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO THE CDC WEBSITE FOR THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION)

SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID 19-DO YOUR PART INFO SHEET

*CDC REVOVERY AT HOME GUIDANCE FOR POSITIVE CASE

* CDC CORONAVIRUS FACT SHEET- ENGLISH
CDC CORONAVIRUS FACT SHEET- SIMPLE CHINESE
*CDC CORONAVIRUS WHAT TO DO IF YOU GET SICK-ENGLISH
*CDC CORONAVIRUS WHAT TO DO IF YOU GET SICK- SIMPLE CHINESE
*CDC MASKS INFORMATION UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCE
*CDC COMMUNITY MITIGATION PLAN STRATEGIES
*CDC STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS LIKE COVID 19
DPH - CORONA VIRUS



Antibiotic Resistance 2019 Report (CDC)                                       Measles Fact Sheet (DPH)
Vaccination Schedule 0-6yrs of age (CDC)                                     Mumps Protect Yourself Poster
Understanding how vaccines work (CDC)                                       Hepatitis C Fact Sheet for baby boomers
Parents guide to childhood immunizations (CDC)                           The ABC's of Hepatitis Fact Sheet 
Mumps- MMR Fact Sheet (CDC)                                                     Ebola Virus Fact Sheet (CDC)
Tuberculosis Fact Sheet (TB)                                                           HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet (CDC)