Reaching the Hispanic Community About COVID-19 Through Existing Chronic Disease Prevention Programs
COMMENTARY — Volume 17 — June 25, 2020
The left photograph shows a woman using a laptop computer on a video conference call and the right photograph shows a woman standing next to a car, wearing a mask and gloves and talking to the vehicle’s driver.
Community health worker leading a video conference call with community leaders in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, to discuss the needs of Hispanic residents regarding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) (left) and distributing masks, bottles of hand sanitizer, and Spanish-language public service announcements at a local drive-through COVID-19 response site (right).
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