The CDC recognizes South Dakota for its efforts in the marketing of communicable disease information

SIOUX FALLS, SD (Dakota News Now) – South Dakota is being recognized for its work in a national infection control training program.

CDC highlighted the state for its achievements with the First Line Project. The program works to educate and train healthcare workers about infectious diseases and prevention. South Dakota was the only state recognized for its efforts in marketing and advertising.

Charlotte Hofer, SD Foundation for Health Care Workers: “As much as we can to get the latest data, information, science and information to health care workers that will protect them, protect their patients, and protect all of us in South Dakota,” Director liaison with the medical community.

For more information SDProjectFirstline.Org.

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