Health Alert

Raccoon tested positive for rabies in unincorporated area of Panama City Beach


Health advisory issued for Garniers Park and Marler Park


Rabid bat found on Panama City Beach


Bay County Health Department reinforces mosquito-borne illness advisory


Rabies alert for eastern Jackson County


Rabid fox killed in Fountain, county-wide rabies alert extended


Rabies alert issued for northern Bay County


Rabid fox killed in Lake Merial area of Bay County


Fish kill on Cape San Blas concerns residents of red tide


Fourth case of West Nile Virus confirmed in Bay County


Third case of West Nile Virus confirmed in Bay County


Governor Scott declares state of emergency over red tide


Rabid raccoon caught in Panama City Beach


West Nile virus in Bay County


Two Okaloosa County parks test postive for fecal matter


Walton County health officials issue Mosquito-borne illness advisory


Rabid fox attacks person near Bay County airport


Rabies alert in Walton County


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