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Emergency Planning


Flu Information

  1. See the H1N1 Flu Centers for Kids, Teens and Parents!  Each Center has its own easy-to-navigate homepage that will help you find what you're looking for, such as information on immunization, symptoms, and treatment.

    For Kids
    For Teens
    For Parents

  2. Web Resources for Non-English-speaking Patients/Families
    ECHO (Emergency, Community, and Health Outreach) now has a H1N1 information on their website that includes basic H1N1 prevention information, vaccine information and other tips on keeping safe this flu season. Most resources are available in Amharic, Arabic, English, Hmong, Karen, Khmer (Cambodian), Laotian, Oromo, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese.

  3. Minnesota Department of Health - Caring for the Ill at Home 
    The Minnesota Department of Health offers guidance on managing influenza symptoms at home, caring for the ill at homes, preventing dehydration, and many other guidance resources.

  4. Home Care Guidance…Providing Care at Home During Pandemic Flu
    Since so many people will be sick during a pandemic, it is likely that families will need to take care of their loved ones at home.  When caring for an adult or child who is sick during a pandemic, it will be very important to be prepared. The Santa Clara County Public Health Department provides this resource.
  1. codeReady
    CodeReady is a Minnesota statewide initiative created to help Minnesotans be informed and prepared for emergencies. 

  2. Minnesota Department of Health - Individual/Family Preparedness
    Information for individuals and families on emergency preparedness.