• A WHO advisory group recently recommended that the next version of the COVID-19 booster target the XBB variants. The United States may or may not recommend a booster that targets the same strain, but we’ll know more when the USDA convenes experts in June to make recommendations about what strains of COVID-19 a new booster should target. Stay tuned for additional updates!
  • The Department of Labor recently published an English-Spanish glossary of work-related terms.
  • Did you know that May is Mental Health Month? Check out this toolkit from Mental Health American, available for download in Spanish and English.

Download video in English and Spanish.

Download audio in English and Spanish.


  • The Prevention Research Center at Georgia State University is hosting a Brownbag Seminar this Thursday, June 1 at 11 AM featuring community organizations that support immigrant, migrant, and refugee community members with their transition to the U.S. while retaining their cultures of origin.

State Snapshots



  • WBAL has been investigating a possible Medicare scam where Marylanders are receiving unsolicited COVID-19 tests by mail. The Maryland Department of Aging has provided instructions for older adults who receive the tests so that they can report the possible scam. Individuals do not seem to be paying for the tests, but many of the tests are being billed to Medicare.


  • Evictions are on the rise in Virginia, and our PPP partner, LAJC, has information available in English and Spanish to educate Virginians about the proper steps for a legal eviction.

North Carolina

  • With the end of Medicaid auto enrollment as part of the pandemic response, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging Medicaid recipients to set up an online, ePASS account. Check out and share these videos in Spanish and English about the ePASS account and the importance of keeping personal information up-to-date to prevent the loss of Medicaid coverage.

South Carolina


  • The Prevention Research Center is offering a Stop the Bleed training this Saturday, June 3, for English, Arabic, Dari, and Pashto speakers – a great opportunity to build skills that could save a life or respond to a workplace injury!