We are the countervirus.

More than ever, our actions matter. The choices we make can help spread the virus, or they can help stop it. By sharing information, practicing social distancing, and giving our medical professionals a fighting chance, we can help slow the spread of COVID-19.

But we need to work together.

The best way not to spread it is not to get it.

The best way not to spread it is not to get it.

It’s a critical time to help flatten the curve. That means keeping the rate of infection below what our hospitals can handle. While our doctors and nurses do their part, we must do ours.

A "novel" virus means no one is immune. You can spread it to the vulnerable even if you don't feel symptoms.
A lone chain link

You are a link.

Distance breaks the chain.

A broken chain

Social distancing is difficult. Working from home, staying home, staying put: it’s inconvenient and uncomfortable. None of us want to do it. But if you can, it makes a real difference right now.

There’s a lot you can do.
Wash your hands.
Don’t touch your face.
Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
Stay home professionally anD socially.
If you must go out, keep six feet apart.
Spread
information.
Your community may not listen to the news, but they will listen to you. Speak up. For the sake of the vulnerable and for all of us, encourage others to stay home.
Leave masks and other medical essentials to the frontline professionals and patients who need them most.

With
gratitude.

To those tirelessly treating the sick, researching and developing a vaccine, moving essential goods and services, giving freely of their money, time, and infrastructure, and making quick and difficult decisions for the good of all:

Thank you.