- Department of Public Health
- People over the age of 65 and people who have underlying health conditions – who are at high risk for COVID-19 – should continue to stay home except for essential errands such as going to the grocery store and to attend to healthcare needs
- All residents are advised to leave home only for healthcare, worship and permitted work, shopping, and outdoor activities
- When going to the pharmacy ask if you can fill your prescriptions for 90 days if possible; for some medications this is not allowed. If you are at high-risk, try to use a mail-order service
- Don’t participate in close contact activities such as pick-up sports games
- All residents are REQUIRED to cover their face when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance in public
- Parents should limit play dates for children
- Refrain from visiting nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, or other residential care settings
- All residents are advised to wash their hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soapy water
- All residents are advised to be vigilant, monitor for symptoms and stay home if you feel sick
- Use remote modes of communication like phone or video chat instead of visiting friends or family who are high risk for COVID-19
- Wear a Mask in Public
- Stop the Spread of Germs
- Social Distancing
- Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives.
- Self- Quarantine
- Coping with Stress and Anxiety
If you or a family/household member does not feel safe at home, please call 1-800-799-7233 for live support. If you are unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org to chat online, or text LOVEIS to 22522.
If you or a family/household member have another concern or need regarding this stay-at-home advisory, please call 2-1-1.
You can sign up to get the most up-to-date information sent to your phone by texting COVIDMA to 888-777.