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Health Department

Information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19

Need to know

The Health Department has partnered with local, state and federal response agencies to ensure a level of preparedness for the community.

The virus that causes COVID-19 is transmitted similar to the virus that causes influenza. We encourage everyone to practice good respiratory hygiene, which includes: proper handwashing, covering your cough, and staying home if you are ill.

More Information

Breathe Well

Tobacco use is Not Allowed during youth activities in City parks.

Ordinance Regulating Smoking and Tobacco Use

Zika Virus

While Zika is a tropical mosquito-borne infection that is NOT known to be carried by the mosquitoes found in South Dakota, people traveling to the American tropics and sub-tropics should be aware of the Zika virus.  For the most current information on Zika virus, prevention methods, maps of Zika affected areas and the latest travel advisories, please see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

http://www.cdc.gov/zika/
Zika Fact Sheet
Zika and Babies

MyHealth Patient Portal

MyHealth Patient Portal offers secure online access to Falls Community Health anytime, day or night. By signing up, you will be able to manage your appointments, view lab results, send secure messages to your provider, and view your medication history.

To create a MyHealth account, contact Falls Community Health at (605) 367-8793 or stop by the reception desk for assistance.

Day Care Provider Inspections

The City of Sioux Falls Health Department welcomes you to the Family Day Care Home Provider Inspection report website.

Day Care Providers
Family Daycare Inspections

Fighting the Flu

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the following approach to fighting the flu
 • Take the time to get a flu vaccine
 • Take everyday preventive actions to stop the spread of respiratory virus
    ◦ cover your coughs and sneezes 
    ◦ stay away from sick people
    ◦ wash your hands

Good Habits Can Help Stop Germs