WE ARE CURRENTLY ENGAGED FOR THE MONKEYPOX OUTBREAK AND FOR THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC.
Healthcare Ready’s Poxvirus Map shows important information about the current monkeypox virus outbreak in the US. The map consists of three different views: JYNNEOS Vaccine Distribution, Reported Cases, and Emergency Declarations. This tool is updated regularly, with the last update date present in the top righthand side of the display. Please direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is a privilege to be appointed as the new executive director of Healthcare Ready, an organization whose work I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside for years. I am inspired by the commitment and talent of the Healthcare Ready team past and present.
Healthcare Ready’s 2021 virtual Annual Report highlights our work to bring together public and private sector partners to strengthen the nation’s disaster response efforts. In this year’s annual report, you’ll find video stories from our team that highlight how we’ve dealt with the twin challenges of responding to 27 natural disasters and simultaneously supporting communities disproportionately affected by COVID-19.
Healthcare Ready has launched a new resource that illustrates the overlapping community vulnerabilities between chronic conditions, healthcare infrastructure, natural hazards, and population demographics to facilitate an entirely new understanding of risk.
This toolkit is designed to help those with trusted voices – including radio hosts, faith leaders, and others – to share accurate information about COVID-19 vaccines and COVID-19 to fight misinformation and vaccine hesitancy.
VaxxChats are a video series of conversations between health experts and community leaders that can help you better navigate the flood of information and media related to the vaccine and promote the exchange of information and questions among healthcare providers and community leaders.
We’re answering questions on COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy and shedding light on the vaccine development process. These publicly available resources can help communities dispel the myths and rumors surrounding COVID-19 vaccines to encourage more people to become immunized.
Patients, providers, and officials in public health and government can find useful information regarding monoclonal antibodies, which can help prevent severe outcomes from COVID-19. Find out who is eligible, where to find sites, and how to access these critical treatments.
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