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Hyperlocal Covid-19 Testing & Vaccination Strategies: Considerations for States and Localities

Hyperlocal strategies that build on local partnerships and public health capacity are needed to address disparities in testing and vaccination uptake, especially as Covid-19 variants increase in prevalence in the United States. Covid-19 safety programs at schools and workplaces are increasing as the Delta variant spreads, but such efforts are unevenly distributed across the country.

This report by Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, gives state and local health officials real-world best practices from seven successful localities, to help increase Covid-19 testing and vaccination rates among hardly-reached communities where vaccination and testing rates are lowest.

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    Hyperlocal Covid-19 Testing and Vaccination Strategies to Reach Communities with Low Vaccine Uptake: Considerations for States and Localities

    Hyperlocal strategies that build on local partnerships and public health capacity are needed to address disparities in testing and vaccination uptake, especially as Covid-19 variants increase in prevalence in the United States. Covid-19 safety programs at schools and workplaces are increasing as the Delta variant spreads, but such efforts are unevenly distributed across the country. […]
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