he COVID-19 pandemic has placed a new level of personal accountability in front of each of us. To slow the spread and protect the health and vitality of our communities, we must each remain committed to the extra precautions our public health officials are recommending.
At the core of these preventive measures is the need for continued social distancing — even if you're healthy.
While it can feel inconvenient, social distancing doesn't have to mean social isolation.
It can be tempting to throw caution the wind and ignore both how this virus spreads and how contagious it is. But, at the end of the day, COVID-19 is still here — and it's each of our responsibilities to protect ourselves, each other and our communities for as long as this pandemic lasts.