Here’s what we know: Gathering in groups—even with people we know—may spread COVID-19. The more people we interact with at a gathering and the longer that interaction lasts, the higher the risk of becoming infected.
In Washington and around the world, we are all in this together. Let them know that social distancing does not have to mean social isolation. Encourage them to go outside – as long as they stay 6 feet away from others. Help your loved ones write letters, email friends and family, and try video chatting.
Reassure them that you are there for them.
What's your COVID-19 risk? CV19 CheckUp, presented by WA DSHS and Community Living Connections, is free, confidential and easy to use. It is designed to help you be safer and healthier during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stay home. Stay healthy.
Visit the Stay Home, Stay Healthy page for additional information to support your loved one.
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