COVID-19—Protect Yourself and Others


Carol Moehrle

Another week of COVID is upon us. As states and communities begin to reopen, it’s easy to forget about the precautions we have been living with for the past two months. We are all anxious to get back to our ‘normal’ lives and with that we have a tendency to let our guard down.

In order for our communities to re-open, we must continue to cooperate and do our part, which means we need to wearing a mask or face covering while we are out in our communities. This will help slow down the spread of COVID.

Not always a fashion statement, but a face covering could save you from exposure to the virus while in public places. Protect yourself, and those you love by wearing your face covering while we begin to adventure out of our homes and back into our communities.

In 1736 Benjamin Franklin said: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. He was referring to fire safety then but the phrase has great meaning during this COVID pandemic as well.

Thank you for doing your part in helping prevent the spread of COVID-19. With everyone continuing to work together we can battle and win against this virus.

Be safe. b-Resilient

Carol Moehrle

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