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Mitigation and Prevention
Expand existing and/or develop new mitigation and prevention resources and services to reduce COVID-19 related disparities among populations at higher risk and that are underserved
Data Collection and Reporting
Increase/improve data collection and reporting for populations experiencing a disproportionate burden of COVID-19 infection, severe illness, and death to guide the response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Build, leverage, and expand infrastructure support for COVID-19 prevention and control among populations that are at higher risk and underserved
Partnerships and Collaboration
Mobilize partners and collaborators to advance health equity and address social determinants of health as they relate to COVID-19 health disparities among populations at higher risk and that are underserved
Available in Additional Languages
In addition to English
Social Determinants of Health
Healthy People 2030 defines social determinants of health (SDOH) as the conditions in the environments where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age that affect a wide range of health, functioning, and quality-of-life outcomes and risks. Healthy People 2030 groups SDOH into the following five domains.
Adults Aged 65 and OlderAlaska NativeAmerican IndianArab AmericanAsianBlack or African AmericanHispanic, Latino, or LatinxIndigenous PeoplesLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer PersonsNative Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslanderNon U.S. Born PersonsNon-English Speaking PopulationsNursing Home AdministratorsNursing Home ResidentsNursing Home StaffPeople Experiencing Homelessness
People Experiencing PovertyPeople Living in Congregate HousingPeople Living in Rural AreasPeople Who Are IncarceratedPeople Who Do Not Speak EnglishPeople With DisabilitiesPeople With Substance Use DisordersPeople With a Mental IllnessPregnant Women/Pregnant PersonsReligious MinoritySchool StaffUninsured PeopleVulnerable PopulationsYouth and Young Adultslong COVID