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About the Pandemic Community Advisory Group
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In early March 2020, Public Health — Seattle & King County convened representatives from various community, business, and government sectors in King County who are working together to help slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by accelerating the use of the recommended and required community mitigation strategies.

Committed to two-way communication, the Advisory Group helps share information and urge action within their respective networks, and also informs Public Health on what they are seeing on the ground – both challenges and opportunities. We work to help prevent, interrupt, and respond to misinformation and stigma. The Advisory Group is also serving in an advisory capacity for the COVID-19 Response Fund hosted by Seattle Foundation.

Meeting presentation materials

Information about COVID-19 is changing frequently. Guidance found in these presentations may be outdated. Please consult the COVID-19 homepage for the most current information.

Meeting materials

  • Follow-up items
  • Perspectives from Advisory Group members
  • Monitoring social, economic, and health impacts of COVID-19 mitigation on King County residents

Meeting materials

  • Check in on proposed non-medical face coverings directive
  • Mobilizing for contact tracing

Meeting materials

  • Path forward
  • Updated on COVID-19 data by race/ethnicity
  • Community response efforts
  • Follow-upand future items

Meeting materials

  • Deepening community partnerships to build a more just recovery
  • Highlighting community response efforts
  • Follow-up items from previous meetings

Meeting materials

  • Welcome
  • Discussion with King County Metro Transit
  • Looking ahead: A conversation with Patty Hayes, Director of Public Health - Seattle & King County

Meeting materials

  • Welcome and current context
  • COVID-19 Data Tools; understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable groups – what’s important to you?
  • Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund – Feedback & Next Steps
  • Open forum/Q&A

Meeting materials

  • Positive signs - and a continued call to action
  • Current situation and key resources
  • Isolation and quarantine discussion
  • Supporting mental health: what would be helpful?

Meeting materials

  • An encouragement for self-care
  • Community mitigation group structure – sector task forces
  • Seattle Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund Update
  • Latest mitigation strategies: Stay Home, Stay Healthy and accompanying social marketing campaign
  • Supporting mental health: what would be helpful?

Meeting materials

  • Current situation and new guidance
  • Communication tools
  • Matching needs and resources: What’s happening now? Creative ideas for more rapid, equity-driven connections?

Meeting materials

  • Follow-ups from last week
  • Current situation and guidance
  • COVID-19 Response Fund: Seattle Foundation

Meeting materials

  • Intent of Advisory Group
  • COVID-19 Response – Community Mitigation Structure
  • Current Guidance - Recommended Strategies to Reduce Spread
  • Open Forum – Priority Issues and Questions

For more information about the Pandemic Community Advisory Group, contact: