« back to RAISING THE BAR

GUIDELINES AND RESOURCES

Here you’ll find trusted resources to help during this period. This list is constantly being updated, so please check back.

GLOBAL

World Health Organization - WHO is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system.


UK

  • World Health Organization - WHO is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system.
  • NHS - National Health Service and the UK's biggest health website, with more than 50 million visits every month.
  • GOV.UK - United Kingdom public sector information website, created by the Government Digital Service.

SPAIN

  • World Health Organization - WHO is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system.
  • Ministry of Health - Responsible for proposing and executing the Government's policy on health, planning and health care and consumption.
  • RTVE - National TV Channel

Local Resources

Madrid

Castilla y León

Castilla-La Mancha

Andalucía

Cataluña

Comunidad Valenciana

Aragón

Galicia

País Vasco

Principado de Asturias

Cantabria

Región de Murcia

Extremadura

Comunidad Foral de Navarra

La Rioja

Islas Canarias

Islas Baleares


GERMANY AND AUSTRIA


SOUTH AMERICA AND BRAZIL

  • PAHO - The specialized international health agency for the Americas.


AFRICA

  • World Health Organization - The WHO Regional Office for Africa is one of WHO’s 6 regional offices around the world.
  • Amref - Africa information centre and hygiene information.

Nigeria

  • CDC - Nigerian centre for disease control.

South Africa

Kenya

  • UN News - Suite of services around the world, to support the work of the international news media.
  • Red Cross - Global funding and disaster management.


AUSTRALIA AND WESTERN PACIFIC


ASIA

  • World Health Organization - One of the six WHO Regions, WHO South-East Asia is home to over a quarter of the world’s population.
  • Support Go Where - Overview of the support for Singapore citizens, permanent residents and long-term work pass holders.
  • Singapore Fortitude Fund - The fourth and latest fund released to support workers and businesses during the pandemic. It continues to provide Job Support Scheme (JSS) to cover 75% of lost wages, 25-75% of rent for businesses, upskilling, incentives to hire locals, foreign worker levies and cash grants to SMEs.
  • Schemes to support employers with foreign workers which covers healthcare, temporary accommodations etc.
  • General guidelines for safe management measures at the workplace.
  • Advisory for re-opening of F&B establishments.
  • Add-on advisory for F&B establishments.

US

  • USBG State by State Resource Guide.