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Help slow the spread of #COVID19 during reopening: • Wear a face covering in public. We know it isn't comfortable when it is hot outside. If it causes overheating or trouble breathing, find a space 6 feet away from others and remove it. • Avoid crowds • Wash hands often
It is critical everyone still wear a face covering in public. Many with #COVID19 don’t have symptoms but could spread it, so that face covering is critical to protect yourself and to protect others. Learn how to make one with these multilingual videos
It is hard to stay inside during summer. If you're heading out, protect yourself from #COVID19 : •Avoid crowded areas •Stay 6 ft. away from others •Wear a face covering •Wash your hands often •Disinfect frequently touched surfaces •Stay home if you are sick
If violence happens in our neighborhood, it affects each of us differently. You can get free and private support 24/7 by calling the Neighborhood Trauma Team. That number is 617-431-0125. @LDBpeaceInst @WeSayItsNotOkay
We know it is a holiday weekend but remember group gatherings, large crowds increase your risk of getting #COVID19 . To protect yourself: •Wash hands with soap and water •Disinfect frequently touched surfaces •Wear a face covering in public •Stay 6 feet apart from others
Swim safely this summer: • Always watch children near any body of water • Swim where lifeguards are present • Make sure children wear a US Coast Guard approved life jacket when boating, water skiing, fishing or swimming. Read more safety tips here:
We have declared a public health emergency in the @CityOf Boston. We are at a time when we need to activate every resource we have at our disposal to protect the health & wellbeing of all Boston residents. Read today’s declaration:
It is critical everyone still wear a face covering as the State & City reopen. Many with #COVID19 don’t have symptoms but could spread it, so that face covering is critical to protect yourself & others. Learn how to make one with these multilingual videos
If you attended a protest or demonstration, you may have been exposed to #COVID19 . We recommend you get tested, even if you do not have symptoms. A testing site will be open in Roxbury tomorrow 6/10 and Thursday 6/11. It is free and confidential. FMI:
Boston, we cannot let up now. Stay home, except for food, medicine, gas. Do not gather in groups. Wear a face covering when you go outside & stay 6 feet away from others. We NEED everyone to keep practicing social distancing. Together we will get to the other side of this crisis.
If you’re going to be outside today, don’t gather in groups, keep 6 feet apart from others and wear a face covering. Many with #COVID19 don’t have symptoms but could spread it, so that face covering is critical. Learn how to make one with these videos:
When you go out, wear a face covering. It isn’t just about protecting yourself. It is about protecting others. We know many people with #COVID19 don’t have symptoms but could still spread it. So when you leave your house for food, medicine or gas, wear a face covering.
#Stayhome as much as possible. If you need to go out for essential errands (grocery store, pharmacy, gas): -Wear a face covering -Put 6 feet between you and others -Don’t gather in groups -Wash your hands often and try not to touch your face with unwashed hands