Travel during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Data on COVID-19 during Pregnancy
Contact tracing is used by health departments to prevent the spread of infectious diseased. In general, contact tracing involves identifying people who have an infectious disease (cases) and people who they came in contact with (contacts) and working with them to interrupt disease spread. For COVID-19, this includes asking people with cases to isolate and their contacts to quarantine at home voluntarily.
Previous COVID-19 Forecasts
Children and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Tips to keep children healthy while school's out
Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in Children
Infographic: Basic do's and don'ts for employees to prevent workplace violence
COVID-19 Partner Update Call - Women, Caregiving, and COVID-19: A Delicate Balancing Act - September 14, 2020
Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
Engaging Community Health Workers to Support Home-based care for people with COVID-19 in low-resource settings
Frequently Asked Questions: Calculating Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) RT-PCR Laboratory Test Percent Positivity
Emergency Shelters in Disaster Response in Global, Low Resource Settings
The page provides guidance to health departments regarding critical points for consideration in the transfer of COVID-19 cases and contacts between health jurisdictions.
N95 and Other Respirators
COVID-19 Parental Resources Kit
COVID-19 Parental Resources Kit - Childhood
Ten Clinical Tips on COVID-19 for Healthcare Providers Involved in Patient Care
Homelessness and COVID-19 FAQs
Today, CDC released indicators
to help schools make dynamic decisions about in-person learning as local conditions evolve throughout the pandemic.
Considerations for Food Pantries and Food Distribution Sites
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.