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Infectious Disease Winter Planning and Preparedness for Congregate Facilities

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Date Published: October 2022

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As more people move indoors for colder weather, it is important to maintain strong infection prevention and control practices to avoid infection. Infection prevention and control practices are important to keep all staff, volunteers, guests, and residents healthy and well. Infectious diseases, such as the flu, COVID-19, and monkeypox (MPX) can spread quickly without adequate infection prevention and control measures in place.

This video will provide information about infectious disease resources for your congregate facilities. The video will offer resources and where to look for information about preparing shelters and other congregate facilities for winter. Below you will find a winter planning resource guide and the slide deck for the video.

Visit the Disease Risks and Homelessness page on the HUD Exchange for a full list of resources related to infectious disease prevention and response for homeless providers.

 

The contents of these materials, except when based on statutory or regulatory authority or law, do not have the force and effect of law and are not meant to bind the public in any way. These materials are intended only to provide clarity to the public regarding existing requirements under the law or agency policies.

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Tags: CoC COVID-19 ESG
Author Organization
  • Cloudburst Consulting Group
Resource Approver
  • HUD Approved