• On Monday, April 10, President Biden signed a resolution into law that immediately ended the national emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This step will trigger the expiration of some waivers for federal health programs that have supported health care providers during the pandemic.The decision will not, however, affect the end of the separate public health emergency (PHE), which will remain in place until  May 11. The PHE has expanded no-cost access to COVID-19 vaccines, testing, and treatments, among other measures. For more information on the implications of the termination of both emergency declarations, visit our resource page in English and in Spanish.
  • The FDA is expected to authorize a second bivalent booster for adults 65 years of age and older who received their bivalent booster at least 4 months ago and for immunocompromised individuals who received their last bivalent booster at least 2 months ago. We’ll keep you updated on any official announcements.
  • Effective today, Tuesday April 11, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the COVID-19 vaccination requirement for international visitors traveling to the U.S. by air through May 11, 2023. For the time being, noncitizen nonimmigrant visitors, including tourists and seasonal workers traveling with work visas like H-2 and TN, must continue to show proof of acceptable COVID-19 vaccination to board their flights, with limited exceptions. Read our blog on for information on how migrant workers can prepare for travel under this requirement.


  • Sign up to attend National COSH’s announcement of the Dirty Dozen, employers identified as putting workers at serious risk, on April 26 at 2 PM ET.
  • April is National Minority Health Month, and this year’s theme, “Better Health through Better Understanding,” focuses on the importance of access to culturally and linguistically appropriate resources. The Office of Minority Health has several suggested ways to participate in National Minority Health Month and related resources.
  • Sur Legal will host a webinar this Friday, April 14, from 12 PM to 1:15 focused on deferred action for immigrant workers who experience or witness labor violations. Register here.

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State Level Data Overview

You may notice that we don’t have data on COVID-19 case rates this week. We’re working through a technical issue and hope to be able to share case-related data again soon.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by state

State Snapshots


  • This Saturday, April 15th, the Latin American Community Center will host a job fair from 10 AM to 2 PM, and vaccines will be available starting at 11 AM. Those who get vaccinated will receive gift cards and be entered to win hourly raffles!
  • View data on influenza in Delaware here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


  • Medicaid renewals in Maryland will not be automatic this year, so Medicaid recipients should make sure their information is up-to-date. Share this bilingual reminder (English and Spanish) from the Somerset County Health Department about how to verify information on file with Medicaid.
  • View data on influenza in Maryland here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

North Carolina

  • The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services wants to hear from YOU about the impact of their COVID-19 communications in Spanish. Complete the survey in English or Spanish before 5 PM tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12.
  • View data on influenza in North Carolina here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

South Carolina

  • This Thursday, April 13, at 4 PM ET, PASOs will host a learning session via Facebook Live about the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency.
  • View data on influenza in South Carolina here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


  • We Love Buford Highway’s most recent podcast is in Spanish and features Elida Lopez, a Population Health Specialist who shares her immigration story as well as information on accessing health resources through CareSource.
  • View data on influenza in Georgia here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

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