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COVID-19 Safety Kits

Getting PPE and Vital Health Information into People's Hands

The Health Collaborative launched the COVID-19 Safety Kit program in 2020 at the height of pandemic fear and misinformation in San Antonio.

 

Safety Kits were developed as a tool to deliver COVID safety information, face masks and hand sanitizer to community members at a time when gatherings and events were not recommended due to high COVID-19 risk. Kits were distributed at bus stations, resource pick-up points and drive-thru events with low or no contact with recipient.  Safety Kits include the basics needed to navigate COVID-19 in San Antonio.

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COVID-19 Safety Kits are currently available by request in English, Spanish, and Arabic. Pashto kit is in development.

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Safety Kits include the basics needed to navigate COVID-19 in San Antonio.

 

Pictured on right: Community Health Worker, Ernest Baca, hands out COVID-19 home tests and Safety Kits at a food distribution.

To date, over 1,500 COVID-19 Safety Kits have been distributed to residents in San Antonio and surrounding rural counties.

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COVID-19 Safety Kit Essentials

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Information card

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Hand Sanitizer

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Health Insurance Information

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Protective face masks

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N95 Masks

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Pathway's to Coverage Information

San Antonio College Student Council assembles COVID-19 Safety Kits

Robb Walters

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