Case Study — Community Collaboration During COVID-19: Reaching Hmong and Latino Residents in a Rural Setting

In rural north central Wisconsin, messaging about the COVID-19 pandemic was not consistently reaching the Hmong and Latino communities. A group of local and state organizations are working together to meet this challenge. Key approaches include building on existing partnerships and relationships, identifying community liaisons to help build trust and share accurate health information, and using technology effectively.

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