Masks and face coverings
Public Health strongly recommends wearing a mask in public indoor settings — regardless of vaccination status — in alignment with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations.
Thinking about COVID-19 can be overwhelming. If you or your loved ones are feeling anxious, worried, angry, or helpless, you are not alone. Here are some healthy ways to address those feelings:
Limit the news. Regulate the amount of time you spend watching or reading about the situation. Look to reliable sources for information:
Take care of yourself. Make sure you get enough rest and exercise.
Do things you enjoy. Read a book, watch movies or TV shows that you have meant to catch up on, learn to cook something new, or do some spring cleaning. Use the web to find online activities (some examples include Metropolitan Opera and the Pikes Peak Library District).
Take control. There are many actions you can take in your daily life to cope with stress, including preparing your household, protecting yourself while running errands and caring for children and pets.
Avoid making assumptions. Someone coughing or sneezing does not necessarily have COVID-19. Maintain the required physical distance of six feet and remain empathetic to those around you.
Stay Connected. Use virtual resources (such as FaceTime, Zoom, WhatsApp) to connect with friends and family on a regular basis.
Volunteer. If you are healthy, consider volunteering your time to support organizations that are considered critical businesses. Some have opportunities to volunteer from home. A list of local and immediate needs can be found here.