Tracking the burden, distribution, and impact of Post COVID-19 conditions in diverse populations for children, adolescents, and adults (Track PCC)
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The purpose of CDC-RFA-IP22-2203 is to track and investigate the burden and impact of post COVID-19 conditions (PCC) in diverse populations, within the United States through surveillance and long-term follow-up of cohorts with PCC in collaboration with public health, academic, or healthcare partners. Post COVID conditions include a wide range of health consequences that occur more than 4 weeks after the initial SARS-CoV-2 infection. Studies will also explore risk factors and mitigating factors as they relate to the development, resolution, and prevention of PCC.
This NOFO has two components:
- Component A focuses on a cohort of children (0 – 11 years), adolescents (12- 17 years), and adults (18 years and older) with evidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection for the surveillance of incidence and prevalence of PCC by time since diagnosis, age, sex, race/ethnicity, and geographic area. (4 awards)
- Component B serves as a Coordinating Center to provide an infrastructure for standardized approaches, analytical methods, and surveillance measures. It also serves as a repository for the data generated by Component A. Component B provides consolidated estimates by time since diagnosis, age, sex, race/ethnicity and geographic area. (1 award)