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12 April 2019 
There is an increase in respiratory illness in our communities, which might be due to a virus.
08 April 2019 
The Department of Health is pleased to announce that effective April 10, 2019, Iqaluit Health Services will pilot a weekly evening walk-in clinic, in an effort to increase accessibility to health services.
01 April 2019 
April is Oral Health Month! It’s a great time to think about oral health.
01 April 2019 
In conjunction with World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, The Department of Health is raising TB awareness and is engaging Nunavummiut through its new “Strong and TB Free” education campaign in collaboration with Nunavut communities and community health representat
01 April 2019 
In conjunction with World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, The Department of Health is raising TB awareness and is engaging Nunavummiut through its new “Strong and TB Free” education campaign in collaboration with Nunavut communities and community health representat
28 March 2019 
The Department of Health reminds Nunavummiut to follow these simple steps to stay healthy and protected from respiratory illnesses like the flu and common colds.
28 March 2019 
The Department of Health reminds all residents of Whale Cove to boil their water before consumption until further notice.
19 March 2019 
Hepatitis A continues to circulate in Chesterfield Inlet.
11 March 2019 
The Government of Nunavut Department of Health advises Nunavummiut to ensure their measles vaccines are up to date, due to recent measles cases in the country.
05 March 2019 
The Department of Health would like to notify residents of Taloyoak that dogs and foxes have tested positive for rabies.