It’s yet to be seen whether the City Council and other civic bodies will return to meeting virtually, but a new law lays out what rules they’d have to follow.
The goal of the Latino Health initiative to to fund health education, vaccine distribution, food distribution and mental health care for Latinos and undocumented residents.
Los Angeles County so far has seen two types of Aedes: the Asian Tiger Mosquito, native to Southeast Asia, and the Yellow Fever Mosquito, native to Africa. Both are found throughout the world.
Superior Super Warehouse in the area of 10th Street and Long Beach Boulevard was closed for one day last week after health inspectors discovered rat droppings inside the store.
According to Long Beach health officials, whooping cough cases in the city have more than doubled this year compared to the previous 10-year record high.
The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services was awarded a $225K grant from Covered California Navigator.
West Nile Virus continues to affect people in Long Beach, city officials announced today.
An elderly resident of East Long Beach died this past week after being hospitalized in October due to complications associated with contracting the West Nile Virus (WNV).
A Salt Lake County substance abuse and mental-health professional has been chosen as Long Beach’s next Director of Health and Human Services, the City Manager’s office announced Monday.
The current manager of the Community Health Bureau, Susan Price, was today named Interim Director of the Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services.