BCAC and BlackDoctor.org have partnered together to create this space to help the Black Community fight back against the coronavirus. Throughout this resource center are tools to help the Black community locate the vaccine in their communities, keep them informed of rollout phases and eligibility state-by-state, and share information from the top Black COVID experts.
Get the latest update on COVID-19, vaccinations and testings.
The first step in building vaccine confidence is getting the facts.
Mobilizing leaders across the nation to turn the tide on the pandemic.
See the full impact of COVID.
Resources for those who think they may have contracted the Coronavirus.
Social distancing helps to flatten the spike of COVID-19 infections so that we do not overwhelm the doctors and nurses in our community.
Supporting State Health Officials
Since the beginning, ASTHO has been working with our members, federal agencies, and association partners to ensure state and territorial agencies have the resources and information they need to effectively respond to cases.
Shelter information, meal sites and more.
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.
“According to a recent Poll from KFF, Black adults are now being vaccinated at essentially the same rate as the rest of the nation…the gap has closed! Off reports that: “As the U.S. continues to grapple with the “third wave” of the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor finds that more than seven in ten U.S. adults (72%) now report being at least partially vaccinated, with the surge in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths due to the Delta variant being the main motivator for the recently vaccinated and other factors like full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine and an increase in vaccine mandates playing a more minor role.
After 18 months of school closure and disrupted learning, civic leaders, researchers, and educational leaders are getting a clearer picture of how students fared through the pandemic, and what new reality school systems face as they return to in-person schooling in 2021–22.