The American Samoa Department of Health (ASDOH) is submitting this proposal for funding opportunity CDC-RFA-OT21-2103 for the following activities to strengthen its Public Health infrastructure, preparedness, and response capabilities and services to address COVID-19. American Samoa is a very vulnerable population given its health status which includes some of the highest rates of chronic diseases in the nation and the global community. This also includes the very limited capacity of the health care delivery system and the economic impact that COVID-19 has had during this pandemic.Activities of Focus:1.Electronic Health Record Expansion (Strategy 2 of NOFO)2.Information Technology Network Installation (Strategy 3 of NOFO)3.Quarantine and Isolation (Strategy 1 of NOFO)Current Capacity for Electronic Health Record (EHR) Expansion & IT Network Installation ? The ASDOH currently has an Information Technology Manager employed who will be the lead contact to collaborate with LBJ Hospital on the EHR expansion and IT Network installation activities. Current Capacity for Honolulu PRE-BOARDING Quarantine ? The ASDOH began its repatriation project in February 2021 to bring home residents stranded in the U.S. mainland since its borders closed in March 2020. In the month of January 2021, a Pre-Boarding quarantine site was setup in Hawaii (Honolulu) to quarantine residents 14 days prior the repatriation flight to the territory. The ASDOH employs a medical and logistical team to manage the pre-quarantine in Honolulu.