Seasonal flu information
Please take a few minutes to fill out our H1N1 survey
The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, like public health agencies across the country and around the world, responded to the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic. Like any large-scale operation, we are sure of two points: (1) Some things went well and (2) there is always room for improvement.
What Cancer Patients and Survivors Should Know About the Flu
The CDC website has influenza prevention and control information detailed on their web page that may be helpful to you. We encourage you to visit the CDC website for more information.
H1N1 vaccine information for seniors
The CDC has information on their website about the H1N1 vaccination and seniors. Visit the CDC website for the details.
CDC Press conference
Here is a short clip of part of the CDC H1N1 press conference from November 6th where they mention CUPHD.
2009 H1N1 Influenza Shots and Pregnant Women
Questions and Answers for Patients
(from the CDC)
Not sure where to get a vaccination in Illinois?
Go to the IDPH map to find local health departments. There are no residency requirements for H1N1 vaccinations. Also, Champaign residents who are seeking vaccine sooner than we are offering it CAN go to other public clinics_just as we had many people come from out of the county for our pre-school clinics. Read this letter from IDPH about this.
Billboards to promote H1N1 vaccinations
CUPHD used billboards around Champaign-Urbana and Rantoul encouraging people to get the H1N1 vaccination.
What you need to know about H1N1 (swine-flu) also En Español. Learn what H1N1 is, why people are concerned, symptoms, how to protect yourself and much more. (updated 8-24-09)
Illinois FLu Hotline for non-medical questions 866-848-2094 English 866-241-2138 Español
Family - contact list Excel
Family - medical information Excel
Get our Wash hands poster (multi language)
How to wash your hands English
Hand washing for Adults English
You washed your hands, keep them clean
Be a Germ Stopper Boy
Be a germ detective
Cover your cough English
Print up this flyer
and get the word out about stocking up to be prepared. (PDF)
Illinois Department of Public Health H1N1 information
Staying Healthy Every Day
is a hand washing/good health habits campaign developed by CDC, Sesame Street, and the Ad Council