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Best Practices for promoting a healthy community.
A healthy reminder from time to time about basic practices for ensuring a healthy community is always timely.
Now, as at all times, remember these basic health practices to help keep our community as safe and healthy as possible.
-- Wash/sanitize your hands frequently.
-- If are sick, or "feel" sick, please stay home and care for yourself and reduce the chances of spreading illness. Often even "just a head cold" can be shared with others. With our streaming capabilities now, you are able to join us for worship from the comfort of your own home.
-- Are you Caring for others who are sick: evaluate your exposure and decide if it would be wise to "be cautious" a little longer in the event that you could transmit the illness (even if you are symptom free).
-- In all things, use your best judgement. You know what is right for you and how you can best love those around you and with whom you will come into contact and support the overall health of our parish family.
-- Regarding COVID-related policies and procedures: as we have endorsed from the beginning of the pandemic, take into consideration the CDC's recommendations for those who test positive for COVID, have been exposed to someone with COVID, and information on vaccinations -- as well as "masking" recommendations. The link below will take you to the CDC's website for their recommendations (see below).
Working together and caring for one another is ways such as these help make our community and our parish family a safe, welcoming, and healthy community (as possible).