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New Materials on COVID-19 for Tribes

The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is pleased to announce a suite of new materials focused on critical issues for tribal communities, featuring new guidance on masks, contact tracing, testing options, and more.

Communication resources for Native American communities are a part of the Center’s broader COVID-19 strategy that focuses on leveraging the strengths of tribal communities across Indian Country. Materials are produced with an advisory group of epidemiologists, physicians, communications experts, and elders representing 14 Native Nations.

New materials available today include:

The following materials can be downloaded and customized to fit your community. Add in activities that community members participate in, tribal logo, and contact information. 

These materials are now part of the digital library of materials the Center created in partnership with the Indian Health Service. New materials are produced with support from the Walmart Foundation. All materials are available for tribes to reproduce and distribute.

Browse the library of COVID-19 Materials Developed for Tribal Use.

Browse the Library of COVID-19 Materials
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