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Diabetes and Coronavirus

We are committed to helping our community respond to diabetes and coronavirus, because we’re Connected for Life.

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Know your legal rights

FAQs related to your legal rights as a workers, students, and other related resources.

Diabetes and Coronavirus

Workers' rights during COVID-19

Rights for Workers with Diabetes During the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Safe at School

Students' rights during COVID-19

Find resources to keep kids safe at school during COVID-19.

Safe at School

Other rights and resources

Information and resources to assist people with diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Understand your risk

The CDC guidance to help people with diabetes amid COVID-19.

ADA response

We are doing all we can to protect our community during COVID-19.

Connect with community

Latest COVID-19 topics, tips, and resources in our community.

Watch the latest

View our library of video resources related to COVID-19.

+COVID-19 Response
9 months ago
Returning to School with Diabetes a Virtual Town Hall
9 months ago
COVID-19 and ADA Advocacy Town Hall
9 months ago
Engagement Platform Update
9 months ago
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Stay Connected



Debora Akortia

I love volunteering so much especially where and when it matters.


Diabetes Canada

A group of teens and young adults with type 1 diabetes realized there was a need to create a community.


Lucy & Chloe

A couple of weeks ago I quit my job, just like that.

For more information, please call 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383)

Our friends at Sansum Diabetes Research Institute (SDRI) have created a helpline for the Hispanic/Latino population. For bilingual resources, call (805) 350-8730.

If you are struggling to pay for insulin or know someone who is, the American Diabetes Association® (ADA) has resources to help—visit

Connect with our diabetes experts in our live Q&A sessions to get your questions answered during these uncertain times at