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Use Caution To Safely Clean Up Debris

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Tallahassee, Fla.— Residents and others working to clean up debris left by Hurricane Irma could be at risk of sustaining injuries, and the Florida Department of Health is urging residents to practice caution when cleaning in and around their homes. 

Know how to stay healthy and safe while recovering after a storm. Visit our Hurricane and Severe Weather Information homepage and our After the Storm Safety Infographic for more information. 

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Community members, including healthcare providers, of Bradford and Union counties are invited to share their views on health and healthcare by taking a 10-minute survey at www.WellFlorida.org. Survey participants will have the opportunity to win a $20 gift card. Survey results, along with research and health-related data, will be used to assess the region's most pressing health needs. For more information on the Community Health Survey, contact Lindsey Redding at lredding@wellflorida.org or 352-313-6500, ext. 110.

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