Share a news article or post a comment about a disease or outbreak with your audience by sending them a tweet or an email.
Your audience will receive a notification when they’ve read and followed a link to the article or comment.
The link to a link can also be embedded in your blog post.
To share a disease outbreak with a specific email address, follow these instructions: 1.
Click the “Subscribe” link at the bottom of the page.
Enter the email address you’d like to receive notifications about the article/comment and select “Subscribe.”
Select “Receive notifications” and click “Subscribe,” and follow the instructions to complete the email.
To send a message, you can also add the hashtag #ladsad and click the “Tweet this link” link.
You’ll receive a link that you can share on Twitter or Instagram with your followers.
To receive notifications on a specific disease outbreak, follow this instructions: 3.
Click “Subscribe to my disease outbreak” and follow these steps.
Enter your email address and click on the “Submit to newsletter” link, which will then take you to your newsletter.
Click on the link “Subscribe this link,” which will take you directly to your email.
Enter a descriptive hashtag for the disease outbreak and click ‘Subscribe.’
Click ‘Sign up for the newsletter,’ which will give you an email address.
The following instructions will automatically send you the latest update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the current date.
To see the current CDC CDC outbreak alerts, click here.
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