• Smoke from wildfires is causing dangerous air quality conditions in the US and Canada. Smoke can irritate your lungs, cause inflammation, affect your immune system, and make you more vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19 or other lung infections. Protect yourself by considering CDC’s recommendations and monitoring daily forecasts at CDM designed graphics in Spanish, English and Haitian Creole with these recommendations that you can share with your community.
  • In addition to wildfires, rising temperatures this season pose serious and life-threatening risks for millions of workers. National COSH has free resources for workers and advocates on the matter. You can find the resources on the site for the Heat and Climate Justice Campaign.
  • According to the CDC, one in five adults in the United States who have had COVID-19 still have “long COVID.” You can listen to the testimony “Living with Long COVID” published in Enlace Latino Podcast.

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  • Latinx community health workers are invited to register for the Latino Community Health Worker (CHW) Conference on June 30, 2023 in Annapolis, Maryland. The Spanish-language event will foster educational, networking and professional opportunities.

State Snapshots


  • The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC), which monitors air quality throughout the state, and the Delaware Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health (DPH) encourage people to take precautions to reduce the risks associated with poor air quality.


  • Tri Community Mediation will host their next one-stop shop event on June 17th in Snow Hill High School in Snow Hill, MD. Please see the flier for more details (the fliers are also available in Spanish and Haitian Creole).


  • Our PPP partner, Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC), shared some infographics to explain how to renew Medicaid in Virginia, and they are offering support to answer any questions about the process. You can contact LAJC through their medicaid hotline at (804) 340-7747 (English) or (804) 340-7738 (Spanish), or find more information by visiting

North Carolina

  • El Vínculo Hispano is hosting a vaccine clinic in Siler City, NC on June 17. They will be offering COVID-19 booster vaccines, No appointments needed!
  • Episcopal Farmworker Ministry will be hosting a food and information distribution event on June 24 at their office on 2989 Easy St. Dunn, NC 28334.
  • North Carolina households can still request free, at-home COVID-19 tests through Project ACT through June 15. Each household will receive two kits with 5 tests per kit. Orders may be placed through

South Carolina


  • The Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia is hosting events throughout June where they will be offering COVID-19 and flu vaccines and distributing other health resources. An upcoming health fair will take place on June 16 in Dalton, GA.