Last Updated on June 10, 2021 by Maggie Sutton
As the country attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus by cancelling large events, closing public facilities and local businesses; we know you, our local healthcare providers, first responders and teachers are on the frontline serving the rest of us. While you may require face masks and testing kits, you probably also require some extra resources so that you actually know what’s happening concerning the pandemic going on around you. With all of the information circulating, we wanted to create a shortlist of helpful coronavirus resources from trusted sources specifically for you. If you are someone who requires frequent medication, you are able to order it using an online pharmacy so you do not have to leave your home during this time. You can check it out over at websites like blinkhealth.com, so you are not without your much-needed medications.
We know you’re receiving information from your local leadership. But, we felt it would be good to provide a go-to list of helpful coronavirus resources you can reference anytime that are continuously getting updated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other trusted sources.
Medical and Healthcare Provider Resources
- FAQs for Healthcare Providers
- Evaluating Persons Under Investigation (PUIs)
- Evaluating and Testing Persons for Coronavirus
- Clinical Care Guidance (management of patients with confirmed coronavirus)
- Implementing Home Care for People NOT Requiring Hospitalization
- Potential Exposure Guidance (Assessment and Public Health Management)
Teacher, Educator and School Resources
- Guidance for K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs (Includes School Closure Decision Tree)
- Considerations for School Closure (based on available science, reports from other countries and consultation with school health experts)
- Helpful Resources from the U.S. Department of Education
Resources for Institutes of Higher Education
This is how the CDC is directing higher education administrators on how to manage their institutions, staff and students:
- Checklist for Administrators
- FAQs for Administrators
- Guidance for Student Travel
- Resources for Clinics and Healthcare facilities
- Information for Laboratories
First Responders – Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement
Guidance for First Responders who may be on the job and come in close contact with persons who have COVID-19:
- Guidance for EMS and Dispatcher PSAPs
- Special Guide for Law Enforcement Including “Contact During Apprehension” procedures
- Additional Resources: POLICE FIRE EMS CORRECTIONS
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