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We all have questions and concerns as we navigate this pandemic. Get the information you need to protect yourself and your community.  

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Health disparities left Black Americans vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 and dying from it at higher rates, nearly two times greater than their share of the population. Black students, businesses, employees, and homeowners have all been hit hard by the pandemic.

Use this up-to-date research, resources, and stories to help ease the uncertainties and safeguard your community. With the facts, we can all make the best decisions for ourselves and our families.

68% of Black Americans know someone who has died of COVID-19. 


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently updated mask-wearing guidance, advising that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks in certain environments. While the new federal guidance is an assurance to those who are vaccinated that they can feel safe, it's still highly recommended that others who have not been vaccinated, including adults and children, wear masks in public settings — at events and gatherings, and anywhere they will be around other people.


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Join us on Wednesday, June 16 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT as we continue the dialogue about the importance of the vaccine, the post-COVID-19 reality, and equity for the Black community in our education, economy, and resources.

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Dennis - ICU Nurse

I'm most excited about going back to my family reunions and seeing my grandma again. I haven't seen her in person since the beginning of COVID-19.

- Dennis F.

What's next?

Even as the country reopens, vulnerable communities continue to battle not only the long-term health implications, but the economic and social implications of the pandemic. As states and municipalities lift restrictions and public health mandates, we must ensure that individuals have the information they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.

Explore reopening plans and mandates by state

Understanding Your Options

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Getting the vaccine starts with getting to the vaccine. NAACP is partnering with Lyft to provide access to 60 million free rides to and from vaccine appointments. 

Get more information about getting a ride for your COVID-19 vaccine. 

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Learn more about the most commonly used terms surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Makenzy - Vaccinated Teen

I have so many plans, and with the vaccine, I won't have so much anxiety about moving on with life. The pandemic has made it tough. But as a teen, I have a lot to look forward to.

- Makenzy W.
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