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Clark County Health Department Says County Residents Be Alert for Whooping Cough
Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 -- 9:05 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

-Residents of Clark County should be alert for Whooping Cough.

According to the Clark County Health Department, since October 16th, there has been 13 confirmed cases of Whooping Cough diagnosed in residents in Clark County.

Symptoms of Whooping Cough, especially among infants and young children, can start with cold-like symptoms which include a runny nose, possible low-grade fever, and a mild cough. After 1-2 weeks, the illness can progress to spells of explosive coughing that can interrupt breathing, eating, and sleeping. After a coughing spell, patients may make a loud crowing or "whooping" sound as they struggle to inhale air and may also gag or vomit.

To prevent the spread of illness you should wash your hands often and cover your cough. You should also stay home when you’re sick.

Ensure you and your family is up-to-date for pertussis vaccinations. Please check with your child’s doctor or the Clark County Health Department regarding your child’s vaccination status to see if your child is due for additional vaccinations.

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