Alphabetical Index of Resources
Case Investigations and Contact Tracing
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Community Member Resources
Insurance Coverage and Medical Billing
Isolation and Quarantine
Masks – Cloth Face Coverings
Model Plans, Policies, Codes and Resolutions
Requesting Resources, Funding, and Assistance
Social Services Programs
Stories of Tribes’ and UIHPs’ Successes During the COVID-19 Response
* COVID-19: Vaccine Readiness Planning Workgroup Meeting Materials
* COVID-19: Vaccine Communications Materials
* COVID-19: Moderna COVID19- Vaccine Information
* COVID-19: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine Information
* COVID-19: Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Information
* COVID-19: AstraZeneca Vaccine Information
* COVID-19: Vaccine Readiness Planning Tools and Materials
Measles Outbreak – Clark County, WA 2019
Measles Resources for Indian Healthcare Providers
Measles 2019-Indian Healthcare Provider Update 02-26-2019
Measles 2019-Indian Community Update
DOH Measles Information
Wildfires and Air Quality – Summer 2018
Resources from the Washington State Department of Health (DOH)
Public information resources
DOH webpages: Comprehensive webpages with frequently asked questions and a toolkit. You should be able to find the answer to most questions and links to other resources.
Information on air quality: We are directing the public to the smoke blog and regional clean air agencies for local and regional updates.
Regional Clean Air Agencies
EPA’s Smoke Sense” (Mobile App)
EPA’s “AirNow” (Mobile App)
Air quality graphic: Updated graphic provides recommendations for the different color-coded air quality categories.
Smoke from fires can be dangerous: Flyers for each of the sensitive groups and for the general public.
Know your symptoms: Flyer to help the public identify the symptoms of wildfire smoke.
Smoke and face masks: Our website has updated information on mask recommendations as well as fact sheets from L&I for employees.
Translations: We translated most of these resources into the top 10 languages.
More coming!!! Continue to visit our webpages; we have a video coming, and we will continue to post resources and answer additional questions based on what we hear from you and the public.
For schools and school districts:
Here is the school activity guide that provides recommendations for recess, P.E., and athletic events and practices during smoky conditions.
Recommendations for Schools and Buildings with Mechanical Ventilation: Improving Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality during Wildfire Smoke Events (PDF)
Roles and responsibilities. A challenging aspect of wildfire smoke response can be the number of agencies and jurisdictions involved. Here are the two appendices for the ESF 8: Public Health, Medical and Mortuary Services:
Contact for subject matter experts
Contact Julie Fox if you need health guidance about outdoor air.
Contact Nancy Bernard if you need health guidance about indoor air and schools.
If wildfire smoke is affecting several counties, we will schedule recurrent calls with subject matter experts so you have an opportunity to ask questions.
Smoke and Air Quality Guidance for Childcare and Early Learning Providers
Washington Smoke Information
Current Northwest Fire Situation
Air Quality Forecasting for the Pacific Northwest
Washington State Department of Health Smoke Information and Guidance
DOH Toolkits for Specific Sensitive Groups
DOH Information Page – Check Here for Comprehensive Information
CDC Information Page
CDC’s Seasonal Flu Web Page
CDC’s Weekly Influenza Report
CDC’s Inluenza Free Resources
Immunization Action Coalition Handouts
Influenza Vaccine Availability Tracking System
Tribal Community Information
Tribal Community Flyer
Tribal Community Mailer 2016
Will be posted here.
Guidance Documents (being updated)
Provider Guidance Summary 12-22-16
Specimen Shipping Guide
Toolkit for Tribes
Toolkit for Schools Preschools and Child Care Centers
Webinar Update Meetings
Will be posted here as available.