Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
The department maintains a clearinghouse of H1N1 resources in 32 different languages. Resources were gathered from numerous public health agencies and represent a variety of information. The quantity of materials available in each language varies. For instance, the CDC's vaccine information statements are only available in Spanish and Chinese, while H1N1 resources pertaining to refugees are available in Kirundi and Burmese.
Fact sheets and resources from the Connecticut Department of Public Health provide basic information about H1N1 influenza in multiple languages. A fact sheet answers many frequently asked questions, including questions about influenza transmission, prevention, symptoms, and treatment. The fact sheet links to other documents, including documents that focus on preventing and containing influenza in children.
Rhode Island is holding a statewide H1N1 vaccination campaign to reach college and university students over a three-week period, which started the week of November 30. In August, RI DOH had initial planning meetings with all colleges and universities in the state, but had to postpone implementation of the plans when the H1N1 vaccine was delayed.
In response to the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak this spring, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services recruited a state-wide network of health care providers to participate in a limited benefit program to provide flu-related care to the uninsured. The Department chose not to implement the benefit program in the spring. However, due to the resurgence of H1N1 influenza during the fall, the Department implemented the benefit effective Monday, November 2. Establishing the Provider Network:
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