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History of Infectious Diseases in Hawaii

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Moʻokūauhau Module

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Protection and Prevention Module

MODULES

MODULE 1: HISTORY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN HAWAI'I

Hawaiʻi’s historical relationship with introduced disease. Centuries of isolation left Native Hawaiians with no immunity to introduced diseases. 
Learn more about cholera, measles, smallpox, leprosy, Spanish flu, whooping cough, bubonic plague, scarlet fever. 

MODULE 2: MOʻOKŪʻAUHAU: MY GENEALOGY & BELOVED ʻOHANA BUBBLE 

Does the protection of my `Ohana Bubble against the coronavirus contribute to more just, healthy and beloved communities from  Koʻolauloa to Waiʻanae, throughout Hawai`i, and beyond?

MODULE 3: PROTECTION & PREVENTION

How will being informed about the science behind the safety protocols and protective practices help us prepare and navigate this pandemic?

Why is being prepared important during a pandemic? 
How is being informed a part of that preparation?

MODULE 4: TESTING, VACCINES, AND VARIANTS 

We are in a race between viral variants and vaccinations.  With this in mind, this module will cover the topics SARS-CoV-2 Testing, Vaccines, and Variants.

© 2020 Pacific Alliance Against Covid-19

PAAC is funded  through the NIH RADx-UP program

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