Social Media Toolkit: Prevent Getting Sick

Social Media Toolkit: Prevent Getting Sick
Updated July 6, 2020

Stop the Spread

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Much is unknown about how the virus that causes COVID-19 spreads. We believe it spreads mostly from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when someone who is sick coughs or sneezes.

You can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 by following simple daily precautions.

Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html

Masks

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Your mask should:

✔️ Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils

✔️ Fit snugly against the sides of the face

✔️ Be made of multiple layers of fabric that you can still breathe through

✔️ Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damaging the material or shape

Do not buy surgical masks to use as a mask. Those are intended for healthcare workers and first responders. Many items you may already have in your home can be used to create masks.

Learn more at https://bit.ly/2Ravt42external icon.

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Your mask should:

✔️ Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils

✔️ Fit snugly against the sides of the face

✔️ Be made of multiple layers of fabric that you can still breathe through

✔️ Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damaging the material or shape

Do not buy surgical masks to use as a mask. Those are intended for healthcare workers and first responders. Many items you may already have in your home can be used to create masks.

Learn more at https://bit.ly/2Ravt42external icon.

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Take action to slow the spread of #COVID19 by wearing a mask in public spaces, keeping at least 6 feet of physical distance, & frequently washing your hands.

Learn more about making masks at https://bit.ly/2Ravt42external icon.

Masks: Do’s & Don’ts

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Wearing a mask CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”.

If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a mask. See https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html

Twitter Sample Message

Wearing a mask CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of #COVID19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”. If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a mask. See  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html

Instagram Sample Message

Wearing a mask CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s”. If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a mask.

For information on #COVID19 and masks, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus

#coronavirus #mask #CDC #PublicHealth

Social Distancing

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Practice social distancing by putting space between yourself and others. Continue to practice healthy habits to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
  • Clean and then disinfect frequently used surfaces
  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Avoid touching your face

Learn more about staying safe and healthy at cdc.gov/covid19

Instagram Sample Message

Practice social distancing by putting space between yourself and others. Continue to practice healthy habits to help slow the spread of #COVID19.

  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
  • Clean and then disinfect frequently used surfaces
  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Avoid touching your face

Learn more about staying safe and healthy at cdc.gov/covid19 #CDC #PublicHealth

Twitter Sample Message

Practice social distancing by putting space between yourself and others. Continue to practice healthy habits, like washing your hands for at least 20 seconds and staying home if you’re sick, to help slow the spread of #COVID19.
Learn more: cdc.gov/covid19