Disease Control

The Environmental Health/Disease Control Division promotes and protects the safety of County residents through environmental regulation, inspections, public education, emergency preparedness, and disease control. Healthy environments help our community thrive!

These helpful links will connect you with the services we offer and helpful information! 
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  1. Ebola

    View our Ebola documents, frequently asked questions, and helpful links.

  2. Enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68)​

    Enteroviruses are a group of viruses that include the polioviruses (viruses that cause polio) along with other types of viruses.

  3. Influenza (Flu)

    Find out when the flu vaccination clinics are scheduled and the locations of the clinics.

  4. Measles

    Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by a virus.

  5. Rabies Control

    Find the facts about rabies, animal bites, and exposures and what you should do if a pet or human is exposed to a wild or domestic animal.

  6. Reportable Diseases & Conditions

    View a list of reportable diseases and conditions.

  7. Sexual Health

    Read information about Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), HIV / Aids, Abstinence Education Program, and Personal Responsibility Education Program.

  8. Tuberculosis​​ (TB) Control

    The Tuberculosis (TB) Control Program is responsible for the management of TB care in Prince George’s County.

  9. West Nile Virus

    West Nile Virus is transmitted by mosquitoes and affects the nervous system.

  10. Zika Virus

Note: Programs managed by Family Health Services Division.