Visit Coronavirus.gov for the latest official information from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force at the White House.
Visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for official Coronavirus (COVID-19) health information.
Visit FEMA for answers to coronavirus myths and rumors.
Health and Safety
Administration for Community Living offers information for older adults, and people with disabilities.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is studying the virus worldwide and helping communities respond locally. Check the CDC’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) page for news and guidance.
Corporation for National and Community Service guidance for volunteers and programs.
Department of Labor has information for employers and workers on preparing workplaces and responding to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Department of Veterans Affairs is caring for Veterans.
Environmental Protection Agency has information about disinfectants that can kill COVID-19 and facts about water safety.
- Food and Drug Administration is working with the medical industry to develop vaccines, drugs, and diagnostic tests. For healthcare professionals, they offer FAQs about diagnostic testing.
- U.S. Department of Agriculture answers questions about food safety and pet safety.
- www.benefits.gov - Benefits.gov is an online resource to help you find federal benefits you may be eligible for in the United States.
Money and Taxes
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has advice for managing the personal financial impact of coronavirus.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) advice for deducting COVID-19 costs from your taxes.
- Department of Homeland Security has information on arrival restrictions for certain foreign nationals and news and updates.
- Department of State has advisories for international travelers.
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) offers guidance for air travelers.
- Federal Transit Administration (FTA) offers guidance to transit agencies.