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State-by-State COVID-19 Information Guide

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Last updated August 16, 2023

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State-by-state COVID-19 guidance

State health departments offer hubs of helpful information, about various languages, which varies from state to state. But they all have the same goal—to keep you safe and up-to-date during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You may find out how to register for vaccines in different languages, where to get tested for the virus, and the most current travel restrictions. Some post daily positive test rates and recommendations. They also provide information for businesses and financial relief services in languages spoken by diverse communities.

Because the pandemic is fast-changing, states are continually revising their multilingual information and recommendations. The best way to stay informed is to check your state’s websites regularly, in your preferred languages. And, if offered by your state, sign up for daily updates in the languages you understand.

The scientific understanding of COVID-19, as well as guidelines for its prevention, treatment, and recommendations, are constantly changing. There may be new information since this article was published. It’s important to check with sources like the CDC for the most up-to-date information.

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