Vital Winery wins DOH Building Community Capacity for Equitable COVID-19 Recovery grant

Vital Winery, a nonprofit winery in Walla Walla, WA, has been awarded a grant from the Washington State Department of Health to support their work in building community capacity for equitable COVID-19 recovery.

Vital is a new Adios COVID partner and will be working with us to deliver health screenings and related support for the Latino community in Walla Walla.

Dr. Morales receives WA DOH Secretary's Award

WA Department of Health presented Dr. Leo Morales, founding co-director of the Latino Center for Health at @UW, with the annual Secretary's Award for his work to protect & promote the health & well-being of everyday Washingtonians.

See this social media post for more details:

Twitter post

Long COVID Symposium with Latino Center for Health

Latino Center for Health is hosting an interactive summit to share expertise and discuss how to best address the effects of Long COVID in the Latinx community in Washington State.

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Summit on Long COVID, hosted by the Latino Center for Health


Long COVID Capstone with UW iSchool

We partnered with the University of Washington Information School to research the community impact of Long COVID; for Latinos in Eastern Washington.

Please see the link below to learn more about this research.

Long COVID Open Source Research System