Keep First Responders Safe

It’s important for everyone to do his or her part in helping to slow the spread of COVID-19. Washing your hands often, using hand sanitizer, avoid touching your face, and ‘stay at home’ according to the governor’s direction are just some of the ways you can help.

This virus knows no boundaries when it comes to age so even the young and old can contract the virus along with everyone in-between. The best advice is to practice ‘social distancing’ which is also ‘physical distancing’ – putting at least 6 feet between you and others.

And it’s important to help our first responders and all medical personnel as safe as possible – allowing them to care for the sick. If you call 911 for an emergency, PLEASE remember to always let the dispatcher know of any known symptoms or recent contact with anyone with the virus – this keeps everyone safer!

Please stay-at-home unless it is medically or absolutely necessary for you to leave home. Staying at home benefits you and everyone else you would have come in contact with. Even though you may not feel any symptoms of COVID-19, you could still have the virus which will quickly spread to others.

We are here for you – please stay home for us! Stay safe!