Health and Safety
COVID-19 Educational Resources from the State of Connecticut
The COVID-19 vaccine is here, but it will be some time before it's available to everyone in the state. All of our residents must get the facts about the vaccine - not rumors. You can find promotional resources like videos, and posters on our website here.
Eligible residents can find a vaccination site by visiting ct.gov/covidvaccine, typing their zip code into the top right-hand box, and clicking "GO". Providers should make sure their vaccine clinic information is up-to-date on the clinic list and can find instructions about how to add a new clinic and make updates here.
Volunteer and help recruit volunteers through Step Up CT
You can be a part of Connecticut's response efforts by volunteering, taking a short-term position, or helping the organization recruit staff and volunteers. Opportunities range from mentoring, to delivering food, to taking jobs in nursing home facilities. There are opportunities for anyone who is healthy and has the capacity to volunteer. Learn about opportunities at ct.gov/stepupct, and get more promotional resources here.
COVID Alert CT: Connecticut's Exposure Notification App
The COVID Alert CT is Connecticut's Exposure Notification Application. As many people as possible must activate the app on their phones so that it is as effective as possible. We're counting on everyone's support to spread the word. Get our promotional resources on our dedicated webpage.
Testing for COVID-19
COVID-19 testing is a critical part of Connecticut's response efforts. One critical thing our residents can do is get tested if they have symptoms, live in a densely populated area or a congregate setting, or are in a town experiencing increased cases of COVID-19. If you're a municipality, elected official, testing provider, community-based organization, or anyone who can help promote testing opportunities, please visit our dedicated page for testing promotional resources. This page also includes materials for testing site providers to distribute on site.
Contact tracing is a critical part of stopping the spread of COVID-19, but communities need to know about it for it to be effective. Find flyers, videos, and social media assets to support you and your organization in communication with those who need information about contact tracing on our website.
Community Resource Coordinator Program
The Community Resource Coordinator program connects people with programs and services they need to self-isolate or quarantine. These info sheets are designed to provide details about the program to local leaders so they can have more informed conversations with those they serve.
State of Connecticut COVID-19 Campaign Materials
Connecticut Respect: Wear a Mask
COVID Alert CT: Connecticut's Exposure Notification Application
Every Decision Makes a Difference
Get the Facts on the Vax
Keep It Up CT
Knowing is Better: Get Tested
Stay COVID Safe, Support Main Street from Your Street
Step Up Connecticut
Stronger than COVID
To support communications efforts as we combat the second wave of COVID-19 in Connecticut, the state has developed a series of short animated videos explaining why basic public health best practices are so important. There are also a variety of videos available here associated with the State's media campaigns. Download and share all of our videos now.
Print Materials Library
Find information sheets, flyers, and other print resources about a variety of topics in our print materials library.
Resource Library with tools from our partners
Find some great tools we'd like to highlight from others we work with within Connecticut, nationally, and around the world.
Individuals with Disabilities
The resources on this page are provided to ensure individuals with disabilities, and those who care for persons with disabilities can continue to make informed decisions.
The state has developed a sample plan that includes things you should consider - and plan for in the event your area experiences an outbreak. Download the document now.
We also have the planning materials available in a spread format, should you need it in this format for printing purposes.
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO)
The CDC and WHO have a variety of helpful communications tools in multiple languages that may be helpful tools for you as you communicate with the public.