Mutual aid agreements can be effective tools to assist U.S. state and local governments, tribes, Canadian provinces, First Nations, and Mexican states in sharing information, data, supplies, resources, equipment, or personnel to protect the public's health.
- Menu of Suggested Provisions for Public Health Mutual Aid Agreements [PDF-187KB]
Menu of model mutual aid agreements.
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