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 05/01/15   Pool Industry Roundtable - May 19th, 2015
The County of San Bernardino Division of Environmental Health Services invites you to participate in our ongoing series of Industry Roundtables for operator’s of public swimming places in San Bernardino County. Changes to Title 22 will be discussed. The event will be held on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 from 2:00 – 3:30 PM at the Department of Behavioral Health Auditorium (850 East Foothill Boulevard, Rialto, CA 92376).
Please click here to view the flyer and RSVP if you plan to attend
 05/01/15   Food Industry Roundtable - June 3rd, 2015
The Division of Environmental Health Services (DEHS) invites San Bernardino County food facility operators and representatives to participate in our upcoming Industry Roundtable. Our presentation topic is “Time as a Public Health Control (TPHC)”. The event will be held on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015 from 2:00 – 3:30 PM at the Inland Regional Conference Center (1365 S. Waterman Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408). Food facility representatives interested in attending the Industry Roundtable can RSVP by clicking here or by calling 800-442-2283.
Please click here to view the invitation.
 04/30/15   Ticks Test Positive for Lyme Disease Bacteria
The Division of Environmental Health Services’ (DEHS) Mosquito and Vector Control Program (MVCP) confirmed that two adult western black-legged ticks collected on January 29, 2015, tested positive for a bacteria that may cause Lyme disease in humans. MVCP routinely checks for the presence of this bacteria in local ticks within the County. The ticks were collected about 4 miles north of Yucaipa along Highway 38 on a hiking trail. This marks the first finding of the bacteria during a tick survey in San Bernardino County since 1991.
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