WE ARE ENGAGED FOR THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND ALERT FOR HURRICANE IDA RECOVERY

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Healthcare Ready is ENGAGED for Hurricane Ida. Find general information, situational reports, and state-wide resources for affected regions here.

Healthcare Ready is ENGAGED for the 2021 hurricane season. Find all hurricane resources and state-specific information to assist healthcare facilities, communities, and individuals here.

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.

This report highlights our work since January to help communities build capacity, inform the public about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, and spread the word about the importance of therapeutics in treating the virus. It also provides a snapshot of our efforts to shore up disaster and disease outbreak responses in cities throughout the nation and how we are strengthening the healthcare supply chain through our public/private partnerships.

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.

Learn how your support helped Healthcare Ready Positively Impact Communities during COVID-19

Resource Ready (a Healthcare Ready Preparedness Tool) is here to help you prepare for and recover from disasters with your health needs in mind.

This FAQ is intended for community-based organizations looking for information on COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, as they respond to this pandemic.