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Free back-to-school vaccinations available throughout Clark County
Are your kids up to date on their vaccinations? Vaccinations protect children from many serious diseases and are required to attend school. Families without a regular health care provider can get free vaccinations at several Clark County locations. More Information.
First Zika case reported in Clark County, not a public threat
A Clark County woman in her 60s has acquired the Zika virus while traveling in Central America. Health officials do not expect the virus to spread locally because the types of mosquitoes that transmit Zika are not found in the Pacific Northwest. More information.
Stop mosquitoes from breeding and biting
We don’t know if mosquitoes that spread Zika will ever make it up to Clark County. But wherever you live, it’s important to eliminate areas of standing water where mosquitoes can breed. Once a week, walk around your home and empty and scrub, turn over, cover, or throw out items that hold water – tires, buckets, planters, toys, pools, birdbaths, flowerpots, plastic tarps, trash containers, etc.
To prevent mosquito bites, repair screens on your windows and doors and wear long pants and long sleeved shirts outdoors, particularly at dawn and dusk. Use mosquito repellent such as DEET.
To report a mosquito problem in Clark County, click here or call (360) 397-8430.
Request for public records
To request public records involving Public Health, please submit a signed request form (PDF) to Clark County Public Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., PO Box 9825, Vancouver, WA 98666 or FAX to (360) 397-8091.