COVID-19 and Wearing Masks

If you're not fully vaccinated, wear a mask indoors near anyone you don't live with to protect yourself and your household from COVID-19. Your mask should fit snugly but comfortably over your nose, mouth, and chin without any gaps.

Choosing safer activities

Choose safer activities depending on whether or not you're fully vaccinated.

Choose safer activities depending on whether or not you're fully vaccinated.

Wear the right mask

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Wear a mask that protects you and your household.

Taking care of your masks

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Masks save lives

A mask should not be a sign of weakness. A mask should not be a political statement. A mask should not be another way to divide us. A mask is just a mask and masks save lives. Wear a mask and keep your distance.

Why wear your mask?

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