The People’s CDC, a public health advocacy organization that seeks to provide COVID-19 communication and guidance where the federal CDC has failed, recently shared an update to its guide for safer in-person gatherings.
The organization shared an updated, abbreviated version of the guide on its Substack this weekend, in advance of a more detailed update in the works for its web toolkit. This guide walks readers through ways that they can organize gatherings with lower COVID-19 risk, including actions to take before, during, and after an event. It’s written in accessible language and cites scientific sources.
I am a big fan of the People’s CDC (frequently citing their work in this newsletter and freelance articles), and this guide is one of my favorite resources they’ve developed. If you’re hosting an event, traveling, or taking part in any other kind of in-person gathering this weekend, I recommend checking out their guidance.