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UPD Dental Associates Maple Rd Location

1800 Maple Rd.
Williamsville, NY
(716) 688-7712

South Buffalo

515 Abbott Rd.
South Buffalo, NY
(716) 828-3575

West Amherst

3950 E. Robinson Rd.
West Amherst, NY
(716) 995-4490

Main St.

1091 Main Street Buffalo, NY (716) 242-8200

Niagara Falls

521 Buffalo Ave.
Niagara Falls, NY
(716) 282-5725

EA

394 Main St
East Aurora, NY
(716) 655-8880

East Compass

425 Michigan Ave.
Buffalo, NY
(716) 402-1090

Amherst

2900 Niagara Falls Blvd.
Amherst, NY
(716) 694-7224

University Dental Associates Education

16

Nov

2022

ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND KALEIDA HEALTH ALERT COMMUNITY TO TRIPLE THREAT OF PEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY ILLNESSES

Surge in RSV and flu cases prompt warning and call to help prevent illness, protect vulnerable community members

“The widespread use of masks as an infection prevention tool reduced RSV and flu levels during the past two winter seasons,” said Commissioner of Health Dr. Gale Burstein. “Without those preventive measures, these illnesses are back, and disproportionately affecting our community’s youngest residents. These are common viruses, but they can be uncommonly severe for infants and young children. It’s incumbent on each of us to take steps to maintain our own health and protect vulnerable people in our community.”

ECDOH and OCH are echoing the messages shared by the New York State Department of Health on protecting against the “triple threat” of respiratory illnesses this winter season: RSV, flu and COVID-19.

  • Stay up to date with flu vaccines and COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Stay home from school, work, daycare and other activities if you are sick. 
  • Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth if you have symptoms of respiratory illness – coughing, stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat. 
  • Masking indoors and social distancing may be important for those who live with higher risk individuals: infants, older adults, pregnant people, and people born pre-term or those with underlying health conditions. 
  • Wash your hands often with soap and hot water for least 20 seconds to protect yourself from germs and avoid spreading them to others. 
  • Do not cough or sneeze into your hands. Instead, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue. Teach and remind children to do this, too.
  • Carry an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol to use when soap and water are not available. 
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