Mask Up and Do MORE in Garfield County

PRESS RELEASE
July 15, 2020

In an effort to remind visitors and residents how we can all help reverse the current trendline and start to lower the number of COVID cases in Garfield County, Public Health launches the Do MORE in Garfield County campaign.

The campaign features summer messages to be used by community businesses and organizations to help spread basic public health measures needed in the community and voices from across our community from our physicians, to local business owners, church leaders, elected officials, essential workers, and community members are sharing why they mask up.

Do MORE of the things you love and enjoy, but do those things safely. Save lives and protect others by committing to:

WEAR a mask.

WASH my hands.

WALK, ride or play 6 feet away.

WORK together safely.

IF ILL – get tested and isolate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please help, by sharing these materials in public spaces, on social media, or through other channels. The more businesses and organizations that share the same message, the greater the impact. Is there a reason you mask up? Join us by posting your video on the Garfield County Public Health Facebook page.

 

PRINTABLE RESOURCES:

Print fun summer-themed flyers for businesses, organizations and public locations that convey “more masks, more distance, more business” or “more masks, more distance, more fun!”

Print safety flyers that state “wear a face covering,” “social distance,” and “stop, do not enter if you are sick.”

Voices from across our community from our physicians, to local business owners, church leaders, elected officials, essential workers, and community members are sharing why they mask up.

This basic individual action can make a HUGE collective impact by slowing the number of COVID cases in our community. Slowing our case growth helps guarantee we keep everyone healthy and the economy going.

Your actions can stop cases.

Is there a reason you mask up? Join us by posting your video on the Garfield County Public Health Facebook page.

 

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