I hope the CDC has more than pamphlets and You Tube videos to offer, but I kind of doubt they have much more. Most of the work on the ground is passed to states, who have been cutting these budgets as non-essential. If the pandemic hits the US, the public may be disappointed to learn how woefully unprepared and underfunded most state health departments are. In the last decade or so, many states appoint health department officials based on a criteria different from disease prevention, public safety or population health management, etc. Not wanting to be negative, but this is a good opportunity for the public to take a very close look at their own state and local health departments and consider whether they need reform, modernization, extra funding focused on quality health programs like this.