Implementation of mitigation strategies for communities with local COVID-19 transmission
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Implementation of mitigation strategies for communities with local COVID-19 transmission
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    When a novel virus with pandemic potential emerges, nonpharmaceutical interventions, which will be called community mitigation strategies in this document, often are the most readily available interventions to help slow transmission of the virus in communities. Community mitigation is a set of actions that persons and communities can take to help slow the spread of respiratory virus infections. Community mitigation is especially important before a vaccine or drug becomes widely available. The following is a framework for actions which local and state health departments can recommend in their community to both prepare for and mitigate community transmission of COVID-19 in the United States. Selection and implementation of these actions should be guided by the local characteristics of disease transmission, demographics, and public health and healthcare system capacity. For more information: www.cdc.gov/COVID19 CS 315926-A community-mitigation-strategy.pdf
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