Ebola: The CDC is reporting that a third case of Ebola has occured in the United States. A second healthcare worker has tested positive. Meanwhile, preparedness efforts continue across the country and in West Virginia. Click here to learn more about Ebola and West Virginia's preparedness efforts.
Enterovirus D68 (EV-68): The United States is curently experiencing a nationawide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68 associated with severe respiratory illness. West Virginia is among states with confirmed EV-D68. Increases in severe respiratory illness can be caused by many different viruses that are common this time of year. EV-D68 appears to be the (..more)
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Vision and Mission
The Vision of the Bureau for Public Health is to have healthy West Virginians in healthy communities.
The Mission is to help shape the environments within which West Virginians in their communities can be safe and healthy.
A community can be as small as a neighborhood or as large as the entire state. In fulfilling our Mission, the Bureau embraces the values of community, science and evidence-based decision making, health equity, prevention and wellness, and the protection and improvement of the health of all West Virginians.
Letitia Tierney, M.D., J.D.
State Health Officer
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