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We want to see you this ! Use a food thermometer to reduce your risk of food poisoning.
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CDC 2h
Or cover your wound with a waterproof bandage if there’s a possibility it could come into contact w/ brackish or salt water.
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CDC 2h
To reduce risk, stay out of brackish or salt water if you have a wound (including cuts and scrapes).
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Dr. Tom Frieden 3h
Today, CDC is 70. Grateful for everyone at CDC- past & present- for keeping America safe from health threats.
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CDC 3h
July 1, 1946: CDC is formed to stop malaria in the U.S. By 1951, malaria is considered eliminated. Learn more
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CDC 17h
Puerto Rico has not yet agreed to aerial spraying or use of a specific insecticide. CDC will help ensure it is done safely.
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CDC 17h
Aerial spraying has been used safely & effectively to reduce mosquito populations in many locations in the US for decades.
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CDC 17h
CDC will help ensure spraying is done safely, but the final decision rests with the local government in Puerto Rico.
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CDC 17h
Aerial spraying has been used safely & effectively to reduce mosquito populations in many locations in the US for decades.
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CDC 17h
We understand your concerns about aerial spraying in Puerto Rico. It is used for routine mosquito control in many places in the US.
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CDC 17h
Our concern is for pregnant women and protecting the next generation of Puerto Ricans from .
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CDC 17h
Aerial spraying has been used safely & effectively to reduce mosquito populations in many locations in the US for decades.
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CDC 17h
CDC will help ensure spraying is done safely, but the final decision rests with the local government in Puerto Rico.
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CDC 18h
Aerial spraying has been used safely & effectively to reduce mosquito populations in many locations in the US for decades.
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CDC 18h
CDC will help ensure spraying is done safely, but the final decision rests with the government in Puerto Rico.
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CDC 18h
Puerto Rico has not yet agreed to aerial spraying or the use of a specific insecticide.
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CDC 18h
CDC will help ensure spraying is done safely, but the final decision rests with the local government in Puerto Rico.
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CDC 18h
Aerial spraying has been used safely & effectively to reduce mosquito populations in many locations in the US for decades.
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CDC 18h
Our concern is for pregnant women and protecting the next generation of Puerto Ricans from .
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CDC 18h
We understand your concerns about aerial spraying in Puerto Rico. It is used for routine mosquito control in many places in the US.
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