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On August 11, 2022, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced it's streamlining its COVID-19 guidance to help people better understand their risk, how to protect themselves and others, what actions to take if exposed to COVID-19, and what actions to take if they are sick or test positive for the virus. DHS is currently reviewing CDC updates and will update our guidance accordingly.

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Cov Ncauj Lus Nthuav Dav (General Information)

Cov Ncauj Lus Txog Kev Nrog Soj Xyuas (Monitoring Resources)

Chaw Hauj Lwm Cov Cuab Yeej Siv (Employer Toolkit)

Yam Khoom Tiv Thaiv Tus Kheej (PPE: Personal Protective Equipment)

Cov Ntsuam Pom los sis Kev Poo Raug thiab Cov Kauj Ruam Tom Ntej (Test Results or Exposure and Next Steps)

Infection Prevention

Cov Lus Qhia txog Kev Nyob Kom Sib Nrug Thiaj Nyab Xeeb (Tips for Staying Safe)

Tshuaj Tiv Thaiv COVID-19 (Vaccine)

Last Revised: July 26, 2022

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