July 15, 2021

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COVID-19 has been front and center in our lives for more than a year. Throughout the pandemic, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has posted a wealth of up-to-date information and resources on the web to support COVID-19 prevention, treatment, vaccination, communications, and more for many different groups of people.

As someone who’s signed up to receive CDC newsletters, you’ve likely visited CDC’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pages. By now, you’ve probably seen the interim recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals, and you know exactly where to go when you need to bust myths and find facts about COVID-19 vaccinations. Perhaps you’ve checked the Community, Work, and School guidance page for the latest information, or Workplaces and Businesses pages for strategies to keep your employees safe. You may even have read some of the Science Briefs that explain how and why CDC creates or updates our guidance.

But did you know about these hidden gems? 

For everyone

Planning a trip? Check out the COVID-19 Travel Planner to find information about different cities, states, and national parks across the United States you may be passing through or visiting. 

It’s no secret that kids are having a hard time during the pandemic. CDC developed a parental resource kit filled with information, fun and safe activities, activity books for young children in English and Spanish, and tips on how to talk about COVID-19 and its indirect effects in an age-appropriate way.

Is there a risk of getting sick from your pets or livestock, or giving COVID-19 to them? Find out on our COVID-19 and Animals page

Do you know people who are deaf or hard of hearing? Point them to our videos about COVID-19 in American Sign Language.

Easy to Read COVID-19 Materials are available for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as others who prefer simplified information.

Pregnant and recently pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19 than non-pregnant people. Get them and their families the information they need to stay healthy and keep everyone around them healthy, including their newborns.

If you like data

The COVID Data Tracker Weekly Review breaks down data and high-priority information each week so you have access to the latest updates. Sign up to receive the Weekly Review in your inbox.

Our data points refer to real people. You can understand more about the millions of people who have been diagnosed with or are considered to have probable cases of COVID-19 since 1/01/2020.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, genetic variants of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) have been emerging and spreading around the world. Sign up to be among the first to know when CDC classifies variants of interest or variants of concern.

COVID-19 By the Numbers is regularly updated with how many times people have used the coronavirus self-checker and viewed information on CDC web pages, how many people in the United States have been vaccinated against COVID-19, how many COVID-19 tests have been given, and much more.

For health departments and public health professionals

Get inspired! COVID-19 responder stories tell more about these public health heroes.
You may need flyers or posters to hand out to customers, patients, people who rely on your organization for help, visitors to health fairs, and more. You can access print resources in dozens of languages.

Are you looking for some graphics, public service announcements, videos, or ads for social media, websites, or other needs? Discover audiovisual resources in English, Spanish, and many other languages.

You have to visit only one page to get information and resources for dozens of different audiences, including teens, retirement communities, people with disabilities, tribal communities, and faith-based organizations.

CDC is supporting programs across the nation to advance health equity and help communities that have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19. See what health departments, community organizations, and others are doing to focus and close the gap on these health inequities.

We want you to have all the information you need during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Please pass these reliable, up-to-date resources on to your colleagues, friends, family, and anyone you think may be interested. 

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