Download key planning recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO)
Mass gatherings are highly visible events with the potential for serious public health consequences if they are not planned and managed carefully. There is ample evidence that mass gatherings can amplify the spread of infectious diseases. The transmission of respiratory infections, including influenza, has been frequently associated with mass gatherings. Such infections can be transmitted during a mass gathering, during transit to and from the event, and in participants’ home communities upon their return.
Wearing a face mask shows that you care about your own health and the health of others. Face masks don’t offer complete protection—you still need to stay at least 6 feet apart from others & wash your hands frequently
Annual flu vaccination can help protect individuals and prevent additional strain on an already overburdened healthcare system
This 30-second animated public service announcement highlights the importance of 5 key steps to help #StopTheSpread of COVID-19