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The following is a list of available online resources to assist with COVID-19 response and recovery.

Washington ACHs Resources & Response

Our Human Resources consultant Kara Turner of Turner HR Services presented information about the paid leave aspects of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act and answered a few questions from participants. ou can watch the recording here.

Whatcom Unified Command is a single unified command structure, comprised of every local jurisdiction in Whatcom County and non-governmental partners in response to COVID-19.

Click here for printable signs and posters for business use.

Local Health Jurisdictions:

ACH COVID-19 Response Call 3/13 [Slides]

Recording: ACH COVID-19 Response Call 3/13

Tribal Public Health, Health Centers, Emergency Preparedness: 

Contact Tracing Workforce Estimator: A novel workforce tool created by researchers at the GWU Milken Institute School of Public Health, and developed in collaboration with NACCHO and ASTHO, estimates that the nation will need a total of 184,000 COVID-19 contact tracers in order to help society safely reopen and limit the size of future waves of the virus. The tool will help state and local health departments determine the number of staff needed to effectively identify and trace people who have been in contact with new cases of COVID-19 and slow the spread of the virus.

State, National, Global Public Health:

World Health Organization (WHO)

Other Helpful Links:

providers getting relief funds from HHS from the CARES act:

#COVID-19 ASL — American Sign Language Video Series

Anti-Stigma Resources (source: King County)

Equity Implications of COVID-19 (source: NAACP)

WA Governor Inslee’s website

COVID-19 resource list for impacted Washington businesses and workers

Whatcom COVID — Whatcom Unified Command

Resources for Dentists

Kaiser Permanente

Washington State Hospital Association