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Field Notes

Public Health—Seattle & King County is monitoring key economic, social, and health effects of community mitigation strategies to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Vaccines

What you need to know about new COVID-19 vaccines in the United States.

Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)

SDOH—the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age—can influence health equity.

About CSTLTS

The Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support (CSTLTS) improves community health outcomes by strengthening state, tribal, local, and territorial health agencies.

CDC Grant Funding Profiles
Grant Funding Map

The CDC Grant Funding Profiles site provides interactive data and summaries of CDC cooperative agreement and grant funding to recipients in US states and territories, and the District of Columbia, starting with fiscal year 2010.

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What's New
  • MMWR Notes from the Field: COVID-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracing Program - Spirit Lake Tribe4/22/2021 11:35:00 AMIn response to a rapid increase in new COVID-19 cases on the Spirit Lake Reservation, CDC assisted the Spirit Lake Tribe in building a tribally managed COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing program. An MMWR report finds that the program, which was managed by the Tribe, successfully reached affected tribal members to support effective isolation, quarantine, and symptom monitoring, and helped with rapidly identifying cases and notifying contacts. This program might help inform similar public health programs in other tribes.
  • Data & Surveillance in US Territories and Freely Associated States4/20/2021 12:23:00 PMCDC is committed to working to improve public health outcomes of US territories and freely associated states. View data and surveillance related to health issues in these areas.
  • National Minority Health Month 20214/19/2021 12:32:00 PMJoin us this month as we observe National Minority Health Month with HHS Office of Minority Health and other partners and share how we can help communities get vaccine ready. Learn what role we play in raising vaccine confidence.
  • MMWR Report: Use of Stay-at-Home Orders and Mask Mandates to Control COVID-19 Transmission - Blackfeet Tribal Reservation4/15/2021 10:05:00 AMIn Fall 2020, the Blackfeet Tribal Reservation implemented and strictly enforced stay-at-home orders and required use of masks in public to limit spread of COVID-19. An MMWR report finds that these measures were associated with a 33-fold decrease in the rate of new COVID-19 cases. The findings of the report show that stay-at-home orders and mask requirements, coupled with ongoing case investigation and contract tracing, likely helped slow the spread of COVID-19.
  • Healthy People 2020 Final Review Progress Table4/14/2021 2:50:00 PMCDC's National Center for Health Statistics announced the release of the Healthy People 2020 (HP2020) Final Review Progress Table. The Final Review provides an end-of-decade assessment of the nation's progress toward achieving HP2020 objectives and goals.
10 Essential Public Health Services
The 10 Essential Public Health Services (EPHS) describe the public health activities that all communities should undertake. For the past 25 years, the EPHS have served as a well-recognized framework for carrying out the mission of public health. The EPHS framework was originally released in 1994 and more recently updated in 2020. The revised version is intended to bring the framework in line with current and future public health practice. 

The 10 Essential Public Health Services (EPHS) describe the public health activities that all communities should undertake. On September 9, 2020, a revised EPHS framework and graphic was released. The revised EPHS is intended to bring the framework in line with current and future public health practice.

Page last reviewed: April 23, 2021