PSA 3 – COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus has spread throughout the world. People with chronic and/or severe health conditions are at a higher risk of complications if they contract the disease.
Watch for symptoms such as cough, fever, and shortness of breath. If you are experiencing these symptoms please call a hotline and/or consult medical advice.
PSA 1 – COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus, has spread throughout the world. There are a few ways to help lower the spread of this respiratory disease.
Wash your hands, avoid touching your face including mouth, nose, and eyes, cover your coughs and sneezes. Monitor your symptoms and consult with your doctor. Stay home and away from other sick people, except for medical care.
PSA 2 – COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus has spread throughout the world. Symptoms of this respiratory disease may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. These symptoms may show up 2-14 days after exposure.
If you are experiencing these symptoms and have come in contact with or are in an area with an ongoing outbreak, please call a hotline and/or consult a physician.
PSA 4 – COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus has spread throughout the world. Information about children with this disease is limited but they are known to have mild symptoms. Many organizations are responding accordingly depending on their area.
It is best to stay home and away from others, especially when sick, and continue following healthy washing hands guidelines, covering mouth and nose, and not touching your face or high-touch surfaces.
Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces. For more information please visit CDC dot gov slash covid19. Thank you.
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