Our president and CEO Dr. Tom Frieden cowrote a piece for the New York Times on the pivotal role of contact tracing in ending lock down and beginning to reopen society.
New Report Provides African Governments Real-Time Information and Guidance to Find the Balance in COVID-19 Response
We worked with Africa CDC, WHO, and other partners to launch "Responding to COVID-19 In Africa: Using Data to Find a Balance," a report that aims to help decision makers use multiple streams of data to strike a balance between reducing transmission and minimizing social and economic disruption.
We released a short video on the role of public health and social measures in reducing COVID-19 transmission in the African context.
Past, current and future COVID-19 infections: the size of the iceberg and what tests can and can’t tell us
As COVID-19 epidemic mitigation efforts continue, it is critical to understand how many people have had COVID-19 infection, but testing has its limits. Read more in our weekly COVID-19 science brief.
Each week we share a snapshot of new and emerging scientific evidence related to COVID-19. This week, we examine how data can be a powerful tool for policy makers to assess how well people are adhering to public health and social measures, and make better decisions.
We launched the COVID-19 Playbook, a resource to help decision-makers manage and adapt COVID-19 responses as they move through different phases of the response from preparedness through recovery. Our technical experts will update regularly as new guidance on COVID-19 is released.
Dr. Tom Frieden and members of the Resolve to Save Lives team briefed reporters on what needs to be done now to safely reopen after COVID-19.
We developed guidance for patients and providers on COVID-19 and chronic diseases, now available in English, Chinese, Arabic, and Thai.
We hosted a virtual media roundtable with President and CEO Dr. Tom Frieden, who called for adequate funding for global public health emphasized the need to protect heath care workers around the world.
For American Heart Month, Resolve to Save Lives President and CEO Dr. Tom Frieden shared steps that individuals, health care providers, and governments can take to improve heart disease prevention and treatment.