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1. Who is served?
2. What is the service description?
3. What happens to the animals that bite a person?
4. What are the pet owners responsibilities?
5. What happens to animals running lose?
6. What types of animals does the animal control division pick up?
7. Can cages be rented to capture an animal lingering in the premises of a resident’s home?
8. Who should I call to report an injured, sick, or dead deer?

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1. Is this birth certificate a legal document?
2. Does this birth certificate include my time of birth and mother’s maiden name?
3. Is this a long form birth certificate?
4. Can I request an Apostille seal from East Chicago?
5. Can I come to the East Chicago Health Department office for my birth certificate?
6. Can I get a social security card from here?
7. Do I need an appointment to get my birth certificate?
8. How long will the in office visit take?
9. My child was recently born, when will the certificate be ready?
10. I was adopted. Can I get my certificate here?
11. What will I need to get my birth certificate?
12. I do not have a valid driver’s license or state ID. What can I do?
13. Is the BMV issued temp paper ID accepted?
14. Who can pick up my birth certificate in the case I cannot pick up my own?
15. I am recently incarcerated, recently released from incarceration, in a shelter, in an institute, or am homeless. How can I request my birth certificate?
16. I am a social worker, shelter representative, or lawyer firm requesting a certificate for my client. What do I need?
17. Can I call ahead for my birth certificate and can I pay over the phone?
18. Can I request my certificate through the mail?
19. Can I purchase my certificate online?
20. What will my relative need to get my certificate?
21. My name and/or other information on my birth certificate is incorrect. What can I do?
22. My name has been changed, how do I get a new certificate?
23. Can I request a birth certificate from any Health Department?
24. I was born in Lake County can I request a birth certificate from East Chicago?
25. What is considered genealogy?

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1. I am seeking an amendment on my certificate. What do I need?
2. What documents do I need for my amendment?

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1. ¿Cuáles son los procedimientos de seguridad para el Departamento de Salud?
2. Actualización 2 Julio: ¿Hay pruebas locales?
3. Indiana food banks / donar
4. PAUTAS GENERALES PARA TODAS LAS EMPRESAS

El siguiente hipervínculo es una publicación maestra de todas las pautas de Indiana para reabrir sus negocios. Si necesita recomendaciones de salud y comerciales más específicas o un pedido local, comuníquese con su Departamento de Salud local.


Pautas de Masterpost para empresas.


Departamento de Salud de East Chicago - 219-391-8467

Departamento de Salud de Gary - 219-822-1113 o 219-822-1114

Departamento de Salud del Condado de Lake - 219-755-3655

5. ¿Cuál es el plan Back-On-Track para reabrir Indiana?
6. 8 de mayo: Orientación y recomendaciones para lugares de culto
7. 8 de mayo: Orientación para funerarias y directores
8. Cómo se propaga el COVID-19
9. Cómo protegerse y proteger a los demás
10. Si está enfermo o debe cuidar a alguien
11. Distanciamiento social, cuarentena y aislamiento
12. Use una cubierta de tela para cara para ayudar a desacelerar la propagación del COVID-19
13. Cuidar a una persona enferma en casa o en otros entornos que no son de atención médica
14. Cómo limpiar y desinfectar su establecimiento
15. Regreso al trabajo para el personal de atención médica con COVID-19 confirmado o sospechoso
16. Prepare su pequeña empresa y a sus empleados para los efectos del COVID-19
17. Implementar prácticas de seguridad para trabajadores de infraestructuras críticas que pueden haber estado expuestos a una persona con COVID-19 presunto o confirmado
18. Directrices provisionales para empresas y empleadores, para planificar y responder a la enfermedad del coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

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1. What are the safety procedures for the Health Department?
2. What is the Back-On-Track Plan for reopening Indiana?
3. Update July 2: Is there local testing?
4. Indiana food bank locations & how to donate.
5. MASTERPOST GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR ALL BUSINESSES
6. Updated: Guidance and Recommendations for Places of Worship
7. A Guide to Home-Proofing For Flu, Coronavirus And Other Illnesses
8. How many cases are active in our area?
9. What Do I Need to Know About The COVID-19?
10. How Is It Spread?
11. Face mask Sew and No Sew Instructions. CDC pattern Link
12. What Can I Do To Protect Myself?
13. What Are The Symptoms?
14. How Can I Protect Myself When I Travel?
15. What If I Feel Sick? Can I get Tested?
16. I Need Flyers and Handouts
17. When there is minimal, moderate, or substantial community transmission
18. ISDH School Guidance
19. FSSA New child care guidance
20. COVID-19 Guidance for Wearing Face-Coverings in Public
21. COVID-19 Guide for Public Facilities and Organizations
22. COVID-19 Guidance for Homeless Shelters
23. Home Care Instructions for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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1. Where do I go to pick up a death certificate?
2. What documents will I need to pick up a death certificate?
3. When will the death certificate be ready?
4. The information on the death certificate is incorrect. What can I do?
5. How can I get a death certificate through the Health Department office?
6. How can I get a death certificate via the mail?
7. How can I get a death certificate online?
8. What is considered genealogy?

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1. How does lead enter the drinking water?
2. Why did Environmental protection Agency sample drinking water in some homes in East Chicago?
3. Who owns the service lines that carry drinking water from the water main to my home?
4. What did the sampling results show?
5. How long should zone 2 and 3 residents who participated in the pilot use the water filter provided by Environmental Protection Agency?
6. I live in East Chicago but wasn’t part of the pilot study. I’m concerned about lead in my drinking water - what should I do?
7. Is the City of East Chicago in compliance with applicable drinking water standards for lead?
8. Why are there high lead levels if the City of East Chicago is in compliance with the Lead and Copper Rule?
9. Did the Environmental Protection Agency test for other metals?
10. Can water contaminated with lead hurt me or my children?
11. Is it safe for adults to shower or bathe with the water? Can babies be bathed in tap water?
12. Is it safe to wash dishes and do laundry with unfiltered water?
13. The Environmental Protection Agency provided a filter after excavation, but how do I know the filter is working?
14. Will whole house filters or reverse-osmosis filters work better?
15. How can I get my home’s drinking water tested for lead?
16. How can I check my home’s water pipes for lead?
17. Is this related to the USS Lead Superfund Site near my home?

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1. How do I add a father to my child’s birth certificate?
2. Does the affidavit include a DNA test?
3. How do I obtain a copy of my child’s affidavit?

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1. Can I rehabilitate a property owned by my parents?
2. If I submit an application today, how soon can the Rehab Program fix my house?
3. Can I do any of the work myself?

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1. Where did the lead and arsenic come from?
2. How does the lead and arsenic in soil get into our bodies?
3. Has the lead and arsenic in the soil from the East Chicago site gotten into our bodies?
4. How can the lead and arsenic from the soil affect our health?
5. Should my child get a blood lead test?
6. Should I be worried if my child’s lead level is elevated?
7. What can I do if my child’s lead level is elevated?
8. What can I do to prevent the lead and arsenic in the soil from getting into my child’s body?

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1. What are connected downspouts and sump pumps?
2. Why are backups a problem?
3. Why should I care about backups?
4. What can I do to prevent backups?

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1. Why is stormwater management important to our community?
2. What can you do to help prevent stormwater runoff pollution?