FAMILIES AND COMMUNITY SAFE
COVID-19 Data in Fresno County
Data Highlights as of 05/24/2023
In Fresno County
Hispanic or Latino may include cases from any race.
Infected with COVID-19 when Latinos are 52.6% of the population in Fresno County. The death rate for Latinos is 10% higher than the rate for all Californians.
Asian may include cases from people of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent.
Infected with COVID-19 when Asians are 10.7%
of the population in Fresno County. The case rate for Pacific Islanders is 82% higher than the rate for all Californians.
Other may include but is not limited to American Indian cases, Alaska Native cases, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander cases, and cases with multiple races.
Disaggregated data is needed to properly account for COVID-19 cases. To learn more about health inequities of COVID-19 in Fresno County, visit the State of California website.
Wear a Mask
Properly wearing a mask can help keep you safe and reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
Wash Your Hands
Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds
Workers in California have access to Supplemental Paid Sick Leave. Learn more at the State of California website.
Train Your Body
The COVID-19 vaccine works by teaching your body which proteins to produce to fight COVID-19 infection, and is given in your upper arm.
Your immune system builds an immune response making antibodies, similar to what happens in a natural infection against COVID-19.
Your body learns how to protect against future infection without having to risk the severe consequences of getting sick with COVID-19.
About the Immigrant Refugee Coalition
The Immigrant Refugee Coalition is a partnership formed by community-based organizations. The IRC has worked together over the last 10 years addressing social determinants of health in Fresno County and quickly shifted to function as a COVID-19 response team for immigrant and refugee populations.
What We Do
Through the COVID-19 Equity Project, we are reaching immigrant and refugee communities during the pandemic and assisting through:
Up-to-date health education to empower and encourage people to keep themselves safe
Providing personal protective equipment to vulnerable communities where they live, work, play, and worship
Testing & Vaccine
Partnering with medical providers to provide easy access to testing and vaccines
Identifying and helping people who have been exposed to COVID-19 to get tested and access resources
Resources & Support
Direct financial support and resource connections to enable shelter in-place, isolation, and quarantine
Training and employing Community Health Workers to build much needed public health infrastructure