SLOW THE SPREAD: DC Mayor Reduces Citywide Speed Limit to 20 Miles Per Hour to Stop Coronavirus
Advocates said such facilities in New Jersey had been in dire need of personal protective equipment to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The latest CDC #COVIDView report shows the % of visits to doctor’s offices and ERs for illnesses with symptoms compatible with #COVID19 continued to decline or remain stable at low levels, likely in part a result of widespread efforts to slow the spread:
If you travel, be aware that some businesses may be closed. Anticipate your needs: • Bring enough of your meds to last the entire trip. • Use hand sanitizer. • Wear a cloth face covering in public. • Pack food & water. Slow the spread of #COVID19 .
Truth is impossible to regulate, but consistent and unbiased social network policy and labelling questionable content can help slow the spread of disinformation, writes @jbernoff .
Are you heading to a park or the beach this weekend? Protect yourself and others: •Wear face coverings in public •Keep your distance from others (at least 6 feet) •Wash your hands •Clean/disinfect frequently touched surfaces Do your part to slow the spread of #COVID19 .
We still need everyone #stayhome as much as possible to slow the spread of #COVID19 . Easier said than done as we move into summer. If you’re going outside, wear a face covering, avoid crowds, stay 6 feet apart from others and wash your hands when you get home.
Help slow the spread of #COVID19 by washing your hands a lot. Here's how: 🧼Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. 🧼Scrub the backs of your hands, between your fingers and under your fingernails. 🧼Rinse hands thoroughly and dry them.
Most Washingtonians are helping slow COVID-19’s spread by practicing strong social distancing. To those of you that can be but are choosing not to: Your actions could kill someone. Stop it.
In any public health crisis, time is precious. We lost valuable weeks while the Administration was downplaying the seriousness of this now-pandemic, instead of surging our capacity to test, treat, and slow the spread of Coronavirus. Incompetence kills.
The CDC has advised Americans to wear face masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and around the world, people are doing the same. For your mask to be most effective, it's important that you wear it correctly. Here are the dos and don’ts.