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To date, there have been 370 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in St. Lawrence County

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*Information was last updated on October 22nd at 3:30pm*

 


2 Part Virtual Seminar Series!

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2020 Rabies Clinic Schedue

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Wear a Mask Campaign  

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Press Releases

6/3/2020: Prevent Tick Bites

6/12/2020: Protect Yourself and Your Family from Rabies

6/25/2020: Wear a Mask Campaign 

6/26/2020: Follow Safety Measures as St. Lawrence County Enters Phase 4

7/1/2020: Stay Food Safe this July 4th

7/7/2020: July Rabies Clinics Postponed

7/14/20: Notice of Potential COVID-19 Exposure at 1/2 Ton's Bar and Grill

7/22/20: Traveling Back to St. Lawrence County? Here's What You Should Know 

8/3/2020: NOTICE: Oral Rabies Bait Drop August 2nd - 27th, 2020 

8/6/2020: Notice of Potential COVID-19 Exposure at Christian Fellowship Center in Canton 

8/13/20: Horse Identified with Eastern Equine Encephalitis in St. Lawrence County 

8/19/20: National Immunization Awareness Month 2020

8/22/20: Public Health Inspects Gyms and Fitness Centers for Reopening

8/26/20: Strong Collaboration with Four Area Colleges for Safe Reopening 

9/8/20: Rise in COVID-19 Cases: Testing Offered for Those Potentially Exposed 

9/9/20: September 15th Rabies Clinic 

10/10/20: Notice of Potential Exposure: Park Bros. - Potsdam 

10/10/20: Notice of Potential Expsoure: Hometown Cafe - Madrid 

 


Quarterly Newsletters

Vol.1 Issue 1: Public Health Matters, 2019

Vol. 2 Issue 1: Public Health Matters, January 2020

Vol. 2 Issue 2: Public Health MAtters, July 2020


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The North Country Health Compass provides data related to population health in our region. They offer resources for community connections, planning, and advocacy.


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Mission Statement

To ensure the health, safety and quality of life for all St. Lawrence County residents. The department is dedicated to protecting the health of our community by:

  • Controlling the spread of disease;
  • Promoting healthy choices;
  • Providing timely health information;
  • Promoting the health and development of infants and children;
  • Plan for and help to mitigate any public health emergency. 

The department’s philosophy is that prevention is better than a cure, healthy families need healthy environments, safety first must be a way of life, and that people must be empowered to take care of themselves.


 The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department has been serving the county since 1936. We offer a wide variety of health services and programs to county residents, geared toward improving both individual health and well being; and that of the community.