COVID Crisis Response Team
Business Continuity and Recovery
Companies dealing with COVID business continuity and recovery issues need expert medical and scientific advice. As an international leader in crisis communications and response, Xenophon Strategies has added world leading medical experts to our COVID Crisis Response Team. Dr. Davidson Hamer leads the team and is a professor at Boston University Schools of Public Health with more than 30 years of infectious disease experience. He is also the global director of the GeoSentinel Surveillance Network, a 31 country/70 site network which is a worldwide early warning system for infectious diseases.
Xenophon Strategies' COVID Crisis Response Team offers a variety of crisis communications services and medical expertise for clients based on their specific needs:
Our team includes a medical professional with 30+ years of experience in studying diseases that provides critical input for client communications.
Research and Analysis:
Review of COVID-19 related information, updates and news.
Detailed Q&As for clients on staying healthy and responding to COVID-19 to share with employees, customers and other parties.
Creation of client-specific messages in response to coronavirus’ impact.
Development of short-and long-term planning for businesses, nonprofits and other organizations moving forward from COVID-19’s impact.
Xenophon Crisis Team News
This Japanese experiment from NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster, shows how easily coronavirus can spread.
A good COVID-19 Dashboard produced by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU).
An interactive social distancing scoreboard for the U.S., sortable by state.
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University created the COVID-19 Path Forward website to provide a unified guidance and the latest information on various issues, as well as how to recover and move forward through the pandemic.
Prominent Health Organizations:
The CDC provides guidance to keep people safe with in-depth information, research and news on COVID-19 in the U.S.
The CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker is designed to help people make decisions about seeking appropriate medical care. The system is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or other conditions, including COVID-19.
The WHO provides information and updates on COVID-19 for the global population.
Government / Other sites:
Coronavirus.gov offers the latest official information from the COVID-19 Task Force at the White House.
Information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency on COVID-19 for the public.
ACF includes resources and information for ACF’s mission-related issues and programs affected by COVID-19.
The HHS is the lead federal agency for the COVID-19 pandemic response and provides up-to-date information on the response to the virus.
CBP is working closely with DHS and other federal, state, and local agencies to support the whole-of-government effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
ACL provides critical information for older adults and people with disabilities to combat COVID-19.
The FAA is taking steps to help address the widespread economic and health effects of COVID-19 on the aviation industry.
COVID-19 global cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins.
A comprehensive map with data that details the latest information on the coronavirus outbreak on a global scale.
A map by The New York Times shows the known locations of coronavirus cases by county within the United States.