PROTECTING EACH OTHER

COVID-19 Resources for West Maka Ska residents


Watch an important interview with Michael Osterholm, leading epidemiologist from the University of Minnesota

December, 2020

The next three months are critical

It’s up to each of us to protect ourselves and each other.

Here are the top resources for staying safe and helping slow the spread of COVID-19 during this critical period.

CDC urges “universal” indoor mask use when not at home

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday recommended the “universal use of face masks” as a key step to fighting the coronavirus pandemic, warning the U.S. has “entered a phase of high-level transmission.

WHY WEAR A MASK

Why CDC staff are masking up – hear their personal perspectives.

Tom Hanks and Matthew Mconaughey weigh in.

Dr. Robert Redfield on masks.

GET THE LATEST FACTS

As U.S. COVID-19 deaths shatter records, leaders plead for more mask-wearing.

It’s A Fact: Wearing a mask not only prevents a person from potentially spreading COVID-19 to others, but it also protects the wearer from taking in the virus.  See the CDC new guidance.

Masks and how they protect us.

The facts speak for themselves.  Coronavirus Cases Went Down 75 Percent in Arizona After They Required Masks and Closed Bars.

FIND MASKS

The 17 best cloth face masks

Free masks for West Bde Maka Ska Residents

Tight budget? West Maka Ska has masks available to distribute to residents.  Please email our coordinator to request a mask.