Community Mitigation (Non-US Settings)
Global Community Mitigation Framework
Actions that individuals, partners, and ministries of health can take to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Introduction to Mitigation, Mobility and Epidemiology Graph
A mitigation, mobility, and epidemiology (MME) graph displays the effects that mitigation measures might have on community mobility and on the incidence of COVID-19 in a geographical zone over time.
COVID-19 mitigation refers to slowing the pandemic as much as possible in the absence of a vaccine or cure.
Mitigation in Various Settings: Suggestions for mitigating COVID-19 transmission in these settings in low-resource environments and describe considerations associated with each mitigation measure.
- Markets: Operational considerations for COVID-19 mitigation measures in low resource settings [PDFpdf icon]
- Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings [PDFpdf icon]
- Operational Considerations for Schools [PDFpdf icon]
Alternative languages: Arabic pdf icon[PDF – 267 KB, 10 pages] | French pdf icon[PDF – 254 KB, 11 pages] | Portuguese pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB, 10 pages]
Home-based Healthcare: Taking Care of Sick People with COVID-19 Illness at Home
- Taking Care of Sick People with COVID-19 at Homepdf icon
Safe and Dignified Burial: Guidance for the handling of the bodies of COVID-19 victims.
- How are COVID-19 burials different from Ebola burials?pdf icon
- Alternative languages: French
- Safe and Dignified Burials in non-US Settings
Engaging Faith Leaders:
Providing Spiritual and Psychosocial Support to People with COVID-19 at Home (Non-US Settings)
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for Global Faith and Community Leaderspdf icon
- Faith Leaders: Overcome the Stigma of COVID-19 by Caring, Connecting, and Celebrating:
This video describes strategies that global faith leaders can use to prevent and overcome stigma related to COVID-19 in their communities.
- Faith Leaders: Life, Hope, and Being a Positive Role Model:
Global faith leaders can encourage everyone in the community to practice prevention strategies that help reduce the spread of COVID-19.