February 2, 2021: CDC’s Center for Global Health Responds to Outbreaks

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Outbreak Report

Learn how CDC’s Center for Global Health draws on existing capacities developed in partnership with other nations to address COVID-19 and other infectious disease threats.

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The Center for Global Health Programs Adapt to Provide Lifesaving Services During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic presents multiple challenges, especially for countries with fragile health systems to address epidemics like HIV, malaria, measles, and other vaccine-preventable diseases.

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Outbreak Responses Where They Happen

An infographic highlights CDC’s role in recent responses to Ebola, HIV, measles, and other outbreaks.

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Lessons Learned and Looking Forward

What’s next for the Center for Global Health in 2021?

Global COVID-19 Updates
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated the Global COVID-19 website to provide information for non-US settings. The page provides details on global COVID-19 cases and data, operational considerations for schools, migration and border health, and adapting a contact tracing program. Find more CDC resources for the global health community:

Global COVID-19 website
CDC Strategy for Global Response to COVID-19 (2020-2023)
COVID-19 Sustainable Response Planning

Calendar

Feb 4 – World Cancer Day

Mar 3 – World Birth Defects Day

Mar 22 – World Water Day

Mar 24 – World TB Day

Page last reviewed: February 2, 2021
Content source: Global Health