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COVID-19 Health Resources

DC.GOV

A reliable source for Coronavirus related information and up to date health guidelines for anyone living in the Washington Metropolitan area.

What to do if you think you have the Coronavirus

Resources for those who think they may have contracted the Coronavirus.

Face Mask Guidelines

Face masks are an essential tool for fighting COVID-19, learn why and how to wear a mask properly.

Social Distancing Guide

Social Distancing helps us to flatten the spike of COVID-19 infections so that we do not overwhelm the doctors and nurses in our community.

COVID-19 Testing

Discover new testing facilities in your area.

Pastoral Care Tips

Important information and guidance for faith leaders from faith leaders. Contains additional resources and tips for  serving and communicating with your congregation during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Faith Community Guidelines 

Resources to help faith leaders respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Faith Over Fear : How Lessons from HIV are Informing COVID-19 Response

Faith Over Fear is a live webinar featuring diverse faith leaders from around the country. They will be discussing lessons learned from the HIV pandemic as it relates  COVID-19.

DC COVID Connect Resources

DC COVID Connect General Resources

This complete and  up-to-date health document from DC COVID Connect is an excellent resource for  information, links and resources that are updated in realtime. 

 

Important and handy guide to COVID-19 safety. Learn about the spread of Coronavirus, how to protect yourself, what to do if you have it, and how you can get tested. 

 

DC COVID Connect's Facts for Seniors

Resources and strategies for seniors during the pandemic.

Resources for Those Experiencing Homelessness

Shelter information, meal sites and more.

Covid-19 News

Racial Disparities of COVID-19 in America

A look at at the unique set of challenges faced by the black community during  the pandemic.

Racial Disparities of COVID-19 by US County

A geographic study of how COVID-19 has disproportionately affected African American communities throughout the United States.

The Pandemic Could Put Your Doctor Out of Business.

What the Coronavirus Pandemic means for  primary care physicians.

Contact Us to Join the Fight Against COVID-19!

If you are a community leader or want to be a member of the coalition, we would love to hear from you! Let's team up in the fight against Coronavirus!