CDC Disaster Response
Emergency Preparedness, Response, and COVID-19
CDC will continue to provide information about COVID-19 as it becomes available.
Collect emergency supplies and create “go kits” for your family. Stock up on personal needs, disinfectant wipes and spray, bar or liquid soap, hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, and multiple, clean masks for everyone age 2 or older. Masks should have multiple layers and fit snugly against your face.
Know how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected emergency preparedness and response. And what you can do to keep yourself and others healthy and safe. Pay attention to local guidance for evacuations and shelters. Your shelter location may be different this year because of the pandemic.
Find ways to support your neighbors while taking steps to protect yourself and others in your home and community from COVID-19. For example, you could offer to run essential errands for family members, friends, and neighbors who are older, have mobility issues, or are at increased risk for severe illness.
Helping To Keep Youth Safe During In-person School
CoVid-19 Prevention Strategies
The links below will take you to the CDC website
CDC recommends universal indoor masking, physical distancing to the extent possible, and additional prevention strategies to protect students, teachers, and staff. Schools should not exclude students from in-person learning to keep a minimum distance requirement; layering multiple prevention strategies is essential when physical distancing of at least 3 feet is not possible at all times.
Resources For Better Preparedness
Content Curated From CDC.gov