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HRSA Health Center COVID-19 Therapeutics Program: Resource Guide (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Health Centers play an important role in getting needed therapeutics to patients testing positive for COVID-19.  HRSA maintains this resource as a compilation of federal resources pertaining to COVID-19 therapeutics.  These resources can be used by anyone regardless of their participation in the HRSA COVID-19 Therapeutics Program.  This is a “live” document and will be added to as new resources become available. More Details...

Simplified Instructions for QuickVue Home Tests: Translations Available in Many Languages (2022). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This document contains patient instructions for using at-home QuickVue COVID-19 tests that are being distributed at health centers. Instructions contain text and graphics and cover both sides of a single sheet. Health Centers can use these documents as handouts when distributing the kits, or send them to patients as PDFs via text or email. This resource is available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Burmese, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Dari, Hindi, Ilokano, Ka\'Ren, Laotian, Nepali, Pashto, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai, and Urdu. The files should be printed with a color printer, since colors are very important to reading the test results, but were designed to use a minimum of ink. More Details...

Get the Facts COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign (Many Languages) (2022). Resource Type: Patient Material. Description: The Get the Facts campaign is based on CDC guidance, offering facts about COVID-19 vaccines in a simple and memorable way that counters common misconceptions. These facts address cost, ingredients, side effects, eligibility and more. Each set of materials includes translations in more than 30 languages as well as the ability for you to customize the logo, URL, photo and more. More Details...

What You Need to Know: At-Home COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Tests: FAQ for when to use which type of COVID-19 test (2022). Resource Type: Field-Generated Publication. * Description: This 1-page, instructional handout offers patients information about when to test for COVID-19, which test to use, and what to do if the results are positive versus negative. More Details...

What Do I Do If I Have a Positive COVID Test Result?: Home COVID-19 Testing Kit Information (2022). Resource Type: Field-Generated Publication. * Description: This flyer contains information for patients who test positive for COVID-19 using an at-home test. More Details...

Health Center COVID-19 Testing Supply Program Partnership Memorandum of Understanding (2022). Resource Type: Field-Generated Publication. * Description: This memorandum of understanding is between a Community Health Center and a Partner, with respect to the distribution of Quidel QuickVue At-Home OTC COVID-19 Testing Kits. Through the HRSA Health Center COVID-19 Testing Supply Program, HRSA has provided testing kits to Community Health Centers at no cost to ensure testing kits COVID-19 tests are made available equitably to populations and settings in their service area that are in need of testing, especially populations at greatest risk from adverse outcomes related to COVID-19 and those disproportionately affected by COVID-19. It is not a requirement to have a MOU in place as health centers leverage partnerships for distribution. It is optional based on your health center needs and partners. More Details...

COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test FAQ: When and how to use the QuickVue At-Home OTC Test Kit (2022). Resource Type: Field-Generated Publication. * Description: This 2-page, instructional handout offers patients information about when and how to use the QuickVue at-home antigen test kits. More Details...

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