Community-serving organizations and leaders are trusted by their members as resources for information about Zika virus. CDC works with partners to reach out to communities and share accurate and up-to-date information addressing the specific concerns of different community groups. Community leaders can refer to collaborative webinars and communication materials to serve their members.
Webinar on December 14
Zika: How can we protect Latino communities in the United States?
On December 14, 2016, CDC and the Health Initiative of the Americas, at the University of California Berkeley, will be co-hosting an hour-long webinar entitled "Zika: How can we protect Latino communities in the United States?". The webinar is for Latino-serving community based organizations and individuals, and will cover basic information on the current outbreak situation, transmission, diagnosis, and effects of the disease, preventive measures, and where to go for Zika resources in Spanish and for low-literacy audiences.
When: December 14, 2016 at 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST
The HHS Partnership Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention collaborated to create the Health Minister’s Guide on Zika and the Zika Action Guide for Health Ministers. These guides provide information and actionable steps for communities working to fight Zika.
HHS Partnership Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched the Zika Health Ministers Guide and the Zika Action Guide for Health Ministers on September 21, 2016. This webinar provides tips on how to communicate about Zika prevention to communities by using the Guides.
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- Page last updated: December 15, 2016
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