Communities Fighting COVID-19!

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    San Diego State University
Updated on 17 December 2021
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To create and evaluate effective COVID-19 testing uptake strategies that focus on underserved individuals who are exposed but have not accessed testing, and underserved individuals who are not routinely tested because they are unaware of their exposure or risk status in order to increase testing among these populations and reduce Covid-19 related disparities.


Communities Fighting COVID is a partnership between San Diego State's School of Public Health and numerous communities in San Diego focused on providing community-based testing to specific language-speaking communities and vulnerable populations. This partnership is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics-Undeserved Populations (Radx-UP), with the aim of ensuring all Americans have access to timely COVID-19 testing and diagnosis. Many communities, particularly immigrant and people of color communities, have a harder time accessing existing COVID-19 resources due to transportation, language barriers, or other barriers.

Condition Covid19
Treatment COVID-19 Testing Home-based (Aim 1), COVID-19 Testing Mobile (Aim 1), COVID-19 Testing Mobile Approach 1 (Aim 2), COVID-19 Testing Mobile Approach 2 (Aim 2)
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05148936
SponsorSan Diego State University
Last Modified on17 December 2021


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Inclusion Criteria

African American, Arabic speaking, Filipino, and Latino/a populations

Exclusion Criteria

Younger than 6, not in focus populations
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