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Pandemic Influenza Resources And Tools

The USAonWatch Program and the Bureau of Justices Assistance partnered on the below resources to provide community members and Neighborhood Watch groups with materials to help plan and deal with a pandemic in your community. These resources are to help assist groups in planning for a Pandemic Flu outbreak. However, many of these resources can also be used for disaster preparedness. For current and complete updates regarding flu outbreaks, please visit pandemic flu.gov.

Neighborhood Watch Pandemic Awareness Presentations and Guides
Reproducible Resource Templates
(Please Feel Free To Print Any Of The Following Resource For Your Community/Neighborhood Watch Members.)
 
US Government Official Website for Pandemic Information
Information for State and Local Government Planning Activities
 Center for Disease Control and Prevention – Avian Influenza
World Health Organization – Checklist for influenza planning
  
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