Each year, flu season is unpredictable and severe. Some years, we have seen a mild flu season. . The truth is we have no idea what this year’s flu season will look like. What we do know is that possible to get the flu and COVID-19 at the same time.
The only way we can reduce COVID-19 in our community is by wearing a mask and social distancing. Be smart and please do your part to keep everyone healthy. #WearAMask
The Ankeny Fire Department, in partnership with the Polk County Health Department, will be offering a Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinic Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, 1 – 6 p.m. at Ankeny Fire Station Headquarters, 120 NW Ash Drive, Ankeny.
Your weekly to wear your 😷 over your 👄 AND 👃🏼! #wearamask
Over the past weeks, we have seen an alarming increase of positive COVID-19 cases in the state. Cases in Polk County are still on the rise and do not show any signs of slowing down. As families get together and students come home from college, we strongly urge residents to celebrate Labor Day weekend with extreme precaution.
Mark your calendars! Our drive up flu clinics start Monday, September 28th.#getyourflushot
The recent storm has caused widespread power outages that affect a large number of people that use oxygen.
Visit our Drive-Thru Flu Clinic with Ankeny Fire Station #1 and @CityOfAnkeny TODAY!! #getyourflushot
Due to significant increases in positive COVID-19 cases in Iowa, including Polk and Dallas Counties, the following visitor restriction policies have been put in place by Broadlawns Medical Center, MercyOne Des Moines and West Des Moines Medical Centers and UnityPoint Health – Des Moines.
If you have been tested for #Covid_19, STAY HOME and avoid others until you have your test results. You could potentially infect others. #stayhome
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many daytime cooling centers in Polk County are closed. There are public options including malls, stores and other businesses that people without air conditioning can visit to get temporary relief from the extreme heat.
Our community's health depends on you! #wearyourmask whenever you go. 😷😷😷