• The Public Health Emergency in the U.S. will end this week, and the CDC recently published information to help you navigate possible changes in COVID-19 resources.
  • On Friday, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared an end to the international COVID-19 public health emergency. While COVID-19 remains an ongoing concern, the WHO has determined that a combination of vaccinations and treatment have lowered the threat level from COVID-19, and the pandemic no longer requires an emergency response.
  • The CDC has updated its guidance on staying up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccination to reflect the switch to the bivalent vaccine and the availability of bivalent boosters for adults 65 years of age and older and people who are immunocompromised. Use the updated website to help community members determine if they’re up-to-date based on age and vaccination history.

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  • CDM is hiring! We’re looking for a Deputy Advocacy Director to develop and implement our advocacy strategy for fair and just recruitment and labor conditions for migrant workers throughout the United States. Please share the position announcement with your networks.
  • Community health workers have played a crucial role in pandemic response, and this week, we’re sharing two opportunities to recognize their work. Nominate community health workers for the Esther M. Holderby Extraordinary Community Health Worker Award or a Hope & Care Award.
  • This Thursday at 3PM, join a webinar by the Office of Minority Health focused on language access solutions for Asian populations in healthcare settings. Register here.

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


COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


  • Our PPP partner, Legal Aid Justice Center, is hosting its Third Latino Information Fair, in Olney, Virginia on July 22. Email Cecilia at and include your organization’s logo to be included on the flyer.
  • View data on influenza in Virginia here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

North Carolina

  • Check out the 2023 Know Your Rights materials from Legal Aid of North Carolina designed for farmworkers.
  • View data on influenza in North Carolina here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

South Carolina

  • During the pandemic, South Carolina expanded eligibility for child care scholarships. Read more about eligibility criteria for people who may need help paying for childcare.
  • View data on influenza in South Carolina here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county


  • The Latino Community Fund recently published information on workers’ rights in Spanish as well as resources for workers who experience workplace violations of their rights.
  • View data on influenza in Georgia here.

COVID-19 vaccination rates by county

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