COVID-19: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Current Information On Actions States/Territories Have Taken To Address The COVID-19 Pandemic; As Well As Advocacy, Policy, And Guidance Documents For Protecting Public Health And The Economy.
Governors are effectively delivering state services to protect public health and to stimulate economic recovery and growth. The National Governors Association has provided platforms for Governors to communicate with each other and to easily follow what’s happening in other states across the country on a daily basis. We connect Governors and their key staff members with policy experts and thought leaders to help forge practical solutions to the challenges they face. Through our programs, we develop and share guidance so that Governors might find what works best to address the unique situations that arise in their states. By accessing the best information, communicating with federal and local levels of government, and learning from each another, Governors are successfully meeting today’s pressing challenges.
NGA COVID-19 Library
Governors’ Urge Swift Passage of the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act
- COVID-19 Therapeutics Locator
- CDC COVID-19 Tracker
- Johns Hopkins’ Worldwide COVID-19 Tracker
- State-by-state tracking of approved Medicaid emergency authorities – Kaiser Family Foundation
- State-by-state tracking of guidance related to public health policies – Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
- Coronavirus-related state legislation – National Conference of State Legislatures
- Timothy Blute, Director, NGA Center For Best Practices (firstname.lastname@example.org; 202-624-7854)
- Tiffany Waddell, Government Relations (email@example.com; 202-624-7801)
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This page includes memoranda, resources, trackers, and other materials developed by the National Governors Association (NGA) to assist governors and state governments with COVID-19 response efforts. These materials are intended to provide information that is currently in the public domain and is not intended to be used as a source for legal or professional advice. NGA and its governing bodies, officers, and employees assume no responsibility for information contained on this webpage and disclaim all civil or criminal liability in respect of such information. NGA makes no endorsements or recommendations of information provided, and visitors to this website should always seek the advice of an appropriately qualified professional pertaining to specific material references. Information contained in such materials is not exhaustive and may be changed or updated at any time. Specific disclaimers may apply in addition to certain content or parts of this webpage.