Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19)

With a focus on health equity, we stand strong in our commitment to a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being. Explore our collection of resources and perspectives on COVID-19.

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"While our nation is in a far better position with respect to COVID-19, the pandemic is still not over so any suggestion that its protections are no longer necessary is premature.”

—Julie Morita, RWJF Executive Vice President

CDC Resources: Information on how to get a vaccine, how to prepare for the vaccine and what to do after vaccination.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is focusing on four points essential to everyone's ability to achieve and maintain good health:

Access to Care  -  Family Supports  -  Food Security  -  Housing

Opinion: On Covid vaccines, don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good

With more than 400,000 cases among children reported during the past four weeks through June 2, too many children remain vulnerable. COVID-19 vaccinations for children remain one of the most significant pieces of unfinished business in our pandemic response. As a pediatrician who has personally vaccinated hundreds of children and as a former health department commissioner who oversaw many large-scale vaccination programs, RWJF Executive Vice President Julie Morita shares five principles to guide the next phase of our response.

Read op-ed on CNN

Featured COVID-19 Content

In the News

Read news and perspectives from RWJF President and CEO Richard Besser and others.

Grantee Resource

The US COVID Atlas

The US COVID Atlas is a near real-time visualization tool that provides access to current, validated county-level data and spatial analysis to help with better understand of the spread in communities and to bolster planning efforts.

Explore the Atlas

Resources from the Field

RWJF is monitoring COVID-19 and following guidance made available by the CDC and NIH.