- Daniel J. Stapleton, Niagara County Public Health Director
Long COVID is broadly defined as signs, symptoms and conditions that continue or develop after an initial COVID-19 infection. This definition of Long COVID was developed by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in collaboration with CDC and other partners.
The University at Buffalo is hoping to gather information to help researchers learn about Long COVID’s impact in our community through a
Long COVID Registry--click here to help by completing the registry: WNY Community-Based Long COVID Registry
Link to WNY’s Long COVID Recovery Center: https://www.ubmd.com/practice-locations/long-covid-recovery-center.html
Volunteer Participants needed for the NCDOH Access and Functional Needs Exercise
Thursday, November 30 (The exercise is operational from 3pm-7pm)
►If you wish to participate in the exercise without getting a vaccination, please complete this PARTICIPANT FORM: https://bit.ly/PHEPInfo.
►If you wish to receive vaccination as part of your participation in the exercise, complete these tasks:
1) REGISTER FOR YOUR VACCINATION(s) via this link*: www.niagaracounty.com/health/Vaccine
2) COMPLETE THIS PARTICIPANT FORM: https://bit.ly/PHEPInfo.
Note: Volunteer Participants will only be needed during their appointment time, which will take less than one hour.
To learn more about the exercise, call Francisco Meza Aguero at (716) 439-7436
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Divisions of the Health Department:
Works towards a prepared, resilient community through planning, drills & exercises. Responds to Public Health Threats.
Provides services for children with special health care needs.