Courage to Care: Social Distancing

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PERSONS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS: Social Distancing

How to social distance in the homeless community


Courage to Care: Social Distancing Poster

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Social Distancing in Parks and Trails: Poster

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Social Distancing Guidance for Food Facilities

This guidance is provided to assist restaurants, bars, grocery stores, farmer’s markets and other food facilities in complying with the Public Health Department’s social distancing requirements.


What You Need to Know About Social Distancing, Self- quarantine and Self-isolation

Social distancing is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to limit the spread of coronavirus. Social distancing means avoiding close contact with others (keeping a distance of 6 feet or more), avoiding crowds, and suspending social practices, like shaking hands. Individuals can practice social distancing by avoiding places and events where keeping a 6-foot distance from others is unlikely or impossible. Organizations support social distancing when large gatherings are cancelled to slow virus spread.


Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak

Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak


Staying Safe during the Coronavirus

Staying Safe during the Coronavirus


Staying Active During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Based on what we know about how the virus moves from one person to another, it is recommended to avoid public gatherings and keep a social distance of 6 feet or more. That, along with advice related to personal care (hand washing, not touching your face) has created concern about exercising in gyms, where hundreds of people are in and out every day.


Staying Safe during the Coronavirus (SPANISH)

Staying Safe during the Coronavirus (SPANISH)


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