Madison County Public Health is monitoring the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak across the world. What do you need to know locally? Click or tap here to read the lastest information for Madison County residents.
Sick at School: What is an Outbreak?
Madison County Public Health monitors illness patterns during the year for the entire county. We work with schools to keep kids healthy and in school as much as possible. But what is an "outbreak" really? Click here to find out what we call an outbreak and what we are currently doing at London Middle School.
Lyme Disease Identified in Madison County Resident
Madison County Public Health has confirmed a case of Lyme disease in a county resident. Lyme disease is a bacterial disease transmitted to people from the bite of an infected deer tick. Symptoms can include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, joint pain, muscle aches, fatigue, or a rash. While not always present, a “bullseye” shaped rash is often seen at the site of the tick bite. Lyme disease is not transmitted from one person to another by coughing, sneezing, or casual contact like shaking hands. Please click here to read our public information release. You can also click here to view a tick identification card.
Public Notice of Internet Auctions
From time to time Madison County Public Healthsells unneeded, obsolete, and/or unfit property by internet auction. Auctions are set and open for no less than ten calendar days. We utilize www.GovDeals.com for internet auction sales. General terms and conditions of the sale of items is available on the GovDeals website. Our vendor ID (also known as a QAL number) on GovDeals is 1548. You can contact GovDeals at 1-800-613-0156 or visit their website to view our auctions.