|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|cdc guidelines for quarantine||1.36||1||7170||5|
|cdc covid guidelines||1.74||0.6||1321||84|
|cdc coronavirus update||0.52||0.5||4459||51|
|cdc quarantine guidelines||0.86||0.1||9652||65|
|cdc covid tracker||0.59||0.5||9046||13|
|cdc mask guidelines||0.65||0.1||2755||31|
|cdc booster guidelines||0.31||0.1||327||21|
|cdc guidelines for covid||0.83||0.9||9372||59|
|cdc guidelines for coronavirus||1.98||0.4||8158||42|
|cdc vaccine schedule||0.47||0.5||8283||94|
|cdc isolation guidelines||1.9||0.2||7277||76|
|cdc mask guidelines today 2021||1.83||0.7||4769||33|
|cdc covid 19||1.11||0.9||2688||50|
|cdc travel restrictions international||1.87||0.4||4054||44|
|cdc international travel||1.22||0.4||3507||9|
CDC is responsible for controlling the introduction and spread of infectious diseases, and provides consultation and assistance to other nations and international agencies to assist in improving their disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health promotion activities.What does the CDC regulate?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the US government agency responsible for identifying, tracking and controlling the spread of contagious disease.How many people work for the CDC?
There are currently 15,000 people who work for the CDC. The CDC has over 170 jobs at the present, meaning that there are over 170 positions within the federal agency alone. 80% of the people who work for the CDC have undergraduate degrees. About half of the people who are employed by the CDC have higher level degrees.How does the CDC work?
CDC helps save lives by responding to emergencies, providing expertise, developing vaccines, and detecting disease outbreaks wherever they arise. Staff work to strengthen local and state public health departments and promote health programs that are proven to work.