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COVID-19 Community Levels

CDC has released a new framework to monitor the level of COVID-19 in communities that includes hospitalizations, hospital capacity, and cases. This new approach focuses on preventing hospitals and healthcare systems from becoming overwhelmed and directing prevention efforts toward protecting people at high risk for severe illness. The COVID-19 Community Level will inform the public on which prevention measures, like masking or testing, are recommended at the time. See the new CDC COVID-19 Community Levels Website.

How to Edit Like a Pro

Editing is not unlike janitorial work. Someone makes a mess, and it’s our solemn duty to clean it up. Get tips on how to edit like a pro: identify the author’s key points, eliminate needless text, and let verbs do the heavy lifting. As you revise and polish, do so with empathy.

Ten Communication Tactics to Combat Pandemic Messaging Fatigue

It should come as no surprise that the public is growing weary of pandemic restrictions and are increasingly tuning out COVID-19 public health messaging. Read about these 10 communication tactics to comabt pandemic messaging fatigue


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Children and COVID-19 Graphics

The Public Health Communications Collaborative provides sample social media posts and shareable graphics to promote adolescent vaccination in the Children and COVID-19 Vaccination Toolkit.

Knowing what misinformation is being shared can help you generate effective messaging

The Public Health Communications Collaborative shares misinformation insights based on a combination of automated media monitoring and manual review by public health data analysts. Check out the latest Misinformation Alerts.

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