An Approach for monitoring and evaluating community mitigation strategies for COVID-19
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An Approach for monitoring and evaluating community mitigation strategies for COVID-19

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      Updated Nov. 13, 2020

      Framework: Community mitigation strategies to reduce or prevent COVID-19 transmission in the United States are described in CDC’s framework for Implementation of Mitigation Strategies For Communities with Local COVID-19 Transmission.1 The implementation framework describes the current goals, guiding principles, and mitigation strategies to reduce or prevent local COVID-19 transmission.

      Approach: An Approach for Monitoring and Evaluating Community Mitigation Strategies for COVID-19 describes CDC’s approach to evaluating community mitigation strategies and provides overarching considerations to support state, territorial, or local health departments, tribal health organizations, or others in monitoring and evaluating COVID-19 community mitigation strategies, including a logic model, suggested monitoring and evaluation questions, and potential data sources. The approach considers outcomes that minimize COVID-19 morbidity and associated mortality, effects of community mitigation strategies on long-standing health disparities and social determinants of health, and how communities thrive socially, emotionally, and economically.

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      Overview -- Monitoring and Evaluation Findings Can Be Used To -- Logic Model Overview -- Monitoring & Evaluation Questions, Potential Indicators and Related Data Sources.
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