CDC Public Health Preparedness and Response

CDC is a preparedness and response agency, always alert for health threats. CDC’s Center for Preparedness and Response (CPR) ensures the United States can quickly respond to and effectively manage expected, unexpected, and unimaginable public health threats. Recognizing that our nation is always at risk, CPR fortifies our defenses against outbreaks, natural disasters, and chemical or bioterrorist attacks. We reduce illness and injury by empowering communities to prepare for, detect, and rapidly respond to any emergency. In a crisis, CPR’s experts stand ready to lead the response, connecting people with resources and leveraging CDC’s world class scientific expertise to protect our nation’s health and safety.


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This website  is intended as a national source of information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the delivery of  financial recovery services. It includes resources on eligibility, procurement, grant management delivery, and issues related to various Federal Programs currently supporting Covid-19 financial recovery for governments and non-profits. This website is not affiliated or endorsed or sponsored  by  FEMA  or any other Federal grant program. The information provided in various webpage documents is derived largely from Federal  published materials. In general, under section 105 of the Copyright Act, such works are not entitled to domestic copyright protection under U.S. law and are therefore in the public domain.  The goal is to help navigate the various Federal websites and summarize grant information and requirements. It does not constitute legal advice or grant management advise and is provided for general informational purposes only. Only the Federal Agency responsible for grants can make determinations on eligibility and grant amounts. You should consult with your professional services advisors and State and Federal Grant Coordinators for more detailed guidance on specific Covid-19 financial recovery issues.

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