The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is hosting a public comment period regarding the Kansas Highly Infectious Disease and Pandemic Plan to help prepare for the next highly infectious disease outbreak or pandemic. KDHE, in cooperation with local and state partners, has developed strategies to reduce highly infectious disease or pandemic-related morbidity, mortality, and social disruption in the state. The plan includes a combination of the former Kansas Ebola Preparedness and Response Plan, Kansas Pandemic Influenza Plan, and other pandemic response planning strategies. The plan will be available for review and public comment from December 9, 2022 to January 9, 2023.
Review the Kansas Highly Infectious Disease and Pandemic Plan (PDF).
Comments should be emailed to Michael McNulty by January 9, 2023, using the following format to provide comprehensive feedback:
- Email Subject: Kansas Highly Infectious Disease and Pandemic Plan
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