Analyze Contact Tracing Encounters for Continuous Quality Improvement
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.
An Approach for Monitoring and Evaluating Community Mitigation Strategies for COVID-19
Monitoring and Evaluation Logic Model
Ten Clinical Tips on COVID-19 for Healthcare Providers Involved in Patient Care
Considerations for Casinos and Gaming Operations
Tools and resources for occupational safety and health professionals and state and local public health officials assessing meat and poultry processing facilities.
With extensive participation from US clinical and public health laboratories, academic institutions, and the private sector, the SPHERES consortium aims to generate information about the virus that will strengthen COVID-19 mitigation strategies.
Guidance for Meat and Poultry Processing Workers and Employers
Spanish version of existing page Interim Guidance for Implementing Home Care of People Not Requiring Hospitalization for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
FAQs for administrators, staff, people who are incarcerated, families
Cases and Deaths in the U.S.
Learn about COVID-19 forecasts and modeling for new hospitalizations.
This toolkit will help health departments develop their communications with communities about COVID-19 contact tracing.
COVID-19 Forecasts: New Hospitalizations
Contact Tracing for COVID-19
Most confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported from China have occurred in adults.
Cases in U.S.
Considerations for Public Beaches
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.