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Collaboration & Partnerships

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    Wherever your public health work may be, you have a role in helping the people in your community stay safe. Here are some resources to consider sharing to help support Oklahomans while slowing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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    OK In the Know is here to support you as you support your community. We are in a collective fight against COVID-19, which has impacted our livelihoods and communities. This page includes a compilation of COVID-19-related tools, with topics related to supporting children while they learn at home, talking with children about COVID-19, managing stress, and more.

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    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people around the U.S. and world have been asked to self-isolate and limit gatherings to fewer than 10 people. With schools, offices, restaurants, and gyms closed, people are spending most of their time at home and it’s important to reiterate the importance of physical activity and exercise.

    The Physical Activity Alliance has compiled this list of free resources that make it possible for people of all ages to be active at home.

    To find more family activities and at-home physical education ideas, see the Resources for Families Learning At Home and Coping with COVID-19

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a leading source of tools and information related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. On the CDC’s website, information is segmented into various categories based on community settings, ranging from K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs, to Community- and Faith-Based Organizations, to Healthcare settings, and more. Click here to access the extensive guide from the CDC.

    For up-to-date information about coronavirus in Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Coronavirus Response page. 

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    TSET Healthy Living Program (HLP) grantees in Adair County have added crosswalks, speed bumps, and stop signs to high-traffic areas to increase safety for children who walk to Stilwell Middle and Elementary schools. The resources and support made available by Cherokee Nation’s TSET HLP and OSU High Obesity Program (HOP) will incentivize physical activity in the community and create a safer environment for pedestrians. Cherokee Nation’s TSET HLP along with OSU HOP are part of the Adair County Community Health Coalition.

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