IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED
CDC has updated its guidance for people who are fully vaccinated. See Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR SCHOOLS
CDC recommends schools continue to use the current COVID-19 prevention strategies for the 2020-2021 school year. Learn more
Important update: Healthcare facilities
CDC has updated select ways to operate healthcare systems effectively in response to COVID-19 vaccination. Learn more

Contact Tracing

Contact Tracing

Contact tracing slows the spread of COVID-19

Updated May 26, 2021
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Contact Tracing Communications Toolkit

State and local health department staff can use or adapt these ready-made materials to educate their community about case investigation and contact tracing for COVID-19.

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Contact Tracing: Frequently Asked Questions

CDC’s answers to commonly asked questions about COVID-19.

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Contact Tracing Training

Trainings for public health professionals interested in becoming a COVID-19 contact tracer or case investigator, as well as for public health professionals who already serve in these roles and are seeking to improve their knowledge.

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Answer the Call from the Health Department
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Tell Your Close Contacts
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Tell Your Close Contacts
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Call Your Health Department to Report Symptoms of COVID-19
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Contact Tracing Slows the Spread of COVID-19
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Multi-Use Contact Tracing Images

Visit COVID-19 Contact Tracing Communications Graphics for more graphics.