Face This Together

Do your part to help slow and stop the spread of COVID-19 in Washington County.

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Lowell Johnson, Director of Public Health and Environment, shares the best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19.

Vaccines are safe, effective, and free for everyone.

Vaccines are our most powerful tool to slow the spread of COVID-19, but it's normal to be cautious when something new comes along. Studies show that COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at preventing COVID-19 across all ages, racial and ethnic groups, and genders. They are free to everyone with no insurance required. COVID-19 vaccines help protect people who get vaccinated from getting sick and may also help protect people around them. Get the answers you need about how the vaccines work and why doctors recommend them.

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Stay Connected

Physical distancing and other measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 are necessary, but can leave many feeling isolated, lonely, and anxious. It’s important to find new ways to connect with family and friends during this time. Our social relationships are important for our overall health and well-being and can greatly reduce our stress levels. Finding ways to cope with stress and maintaining your relationships will keep you and your community healthier and stronger. Click the link below to access resources to support your mental health and well-being.

Safe Masking

Research shows that wearing a face covering in public helps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 when combined with every day preventative actions and physical distancing — but only if worn properly. Wear a mask correctly and consistently for the best protection for yourself and others. Click the link below to learn how to select a face covering and properly wear and care for your mask.

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Wearing Is Caring

As colder weather pushes people indoors more, case numbers are rising—particularly in people age 15 to 24 according to the Minnesota Department of Health. While young adults are reportedly at lower risk of severe disease or death from COVID-19, some still experience serious illness, and all can transmit the infection to others. Be vigilant! Wash your hands, stay six feet away from others, and wear a mask to keep schools, restaurants, stores, and more open.

Find More Resources

Explore more Washington County resources related to COVID-19 response and other important health information.

For questions related to the Face It Together campaign,
email PHE@co.washington.mn.us or call 651-430-6655.