COVID-19 Resources

International Resources

WHO: World Health Organization website

National Resources

CDC: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website

CDC: Fact Sheets

John Hopkins: COVID-19 Global Map

U.S. Department of Education: Fact Sheet for Protecting Students' Civil Rights During COVID-19 Response

New York Times Coronavirus Guide
The New York Times is providing open access to its very comprehensive What You Can Do About Coronavirus Right Now guide, which provides thoughtful, well-researched and actionable information.

State Resources

Iowa Department of Public Health: Guidance for Essential Service Personnel

Iowa Department of Public Health: Guidance for Exposed Iowans

Iowa Department of Public Health: What is self-isolation? 

Iowa Warm Line: 1-844-775-WARM (9276)
2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
The Warm Line is a peer-run, telephone based, non-crisis, confidential listening line
for anyone struggling with mental health or substance use issues. The line is staffed by
people who have been through a similar journey and are in recovery themselves.
The Warm Line can:

  • Give support for individuals not requiring crisis management.
  • Those in crisis are transferred to the Crisis Line for critical services.
  • Provide an empathetic, non-judgmental listener.
  • Provide community resources and assistance in accessing services.
  • Help empower individuals pursuing their own directives.

Local Resources

UnityPoint Health COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic page

Grinnell Chamber of Commerce Updates
This page is updated daily to provide hours, closures, and other information relevant to the public as we navigate the COVID-19 situation. Includes a list of restaurants offering delivery and take-out options.

Hy-Vee: Grocery Delivery (Aisles Online)Getting StartedFrequently Asked Questions

Drake Community Library

The Drake Community Library (DCL) has developed a COVID-19 resource guide that is intended to be a central resource for the community in its response to COVID-19.

DCL has reduced its hours of operation and has limited physical access to library services. As of March 18, the library service model is ramping up Coronavirus protocols even further to provide “curbside pickup” of materials only. This can be accomplished by telephoning the Library or submitting an online request form. Currently physical access to an internet workstation for public use is not available. Wireless access is available 24/7 and extends outdoors to the west and south patio areas on Library property. Telephone reference services will continue during hours of operation. 

 

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