COVID-19: STAYING SAFE, RESILIENT, & PROTECTED
It is really difficult to find a single sources of accurate information about what we should be doing at the individual, community, and enterprise levels. This site aims to empower you with the authoritative, science-based information and resources to stay safe, resilient, and protected that enables all of us to make informed decisions about our health and well-being. If you are a business owner or operator, you can also find an approach that will allow you to begin your organization's restart and recovery processes.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
In order to have the greatest success in flattening the curve and delaying cases of COVID-19, the skills that each of these educational modules seeks to develop must be practiced by as many of us as possible. As an individual, by sharing these modules with your friends and family through social media, email, or phone. We all have a role in helping to elevate awareness of these vital practices to make us safe. We also need to improve our capacity to help vulnerable populations who will be most dramatically impacted by the disruptions associated with the drastic measures that governments are taking to try and slow the spread of the virus.
The Global Resilience Institute coordinated this effort in partnership with many experienced and dedicated individuals and teams. This educational curriculum was made possible by the interdisciplinary collaboration of experts from Northeastern University’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences, the College of Social Science and Humanities, and the College of Science, along with an extraordinary Digital Learning Team (EDGE), medical professionals, and science communication experts.
The Global Resilience Institute has gathered trustworthy resources to help spread factual information about the COVID-19 health crisis. In today’s technologically advanced society, news and media outlets can contribute to misinforming our population and causing increased confusion and panic. This page will provide the latest articles and announcements from reliable sources such as the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization.