Health First Wants You Declare Who You Wear Your Mask For During COVID-19 Pandemic

By  //  April 29, 2020

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Health First is asking you to join in by telling Brevard who you’re wearing a mask for

Throughout this pandemic, Health First has partnered with you in the community to fight COVID-19. Our efforts have slowed the spread and helped keep Brevard safe. (Health First image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Throughout this pandemic, Health First has partnered with you in the community to fight COVID-19. Our efforts have slowed the spread and helped keep Brevard safe.

Through extensive preparation, social distancing, and increased handwashing, we are seeing indicators of positive results.

At Health First, you and your family’s safety is our highest priority.

Health First has adopted a universal masking policy at our hospitals and medical group offices.

Anyone who enters these facilities must wear a face mask – and if they do not have one, they are provided one for free.

We are committed to wearing masks as a measure of safety – and applaud your willingness and desire to help protect yourself and others by wearing a mask. And we want to celebrate your efforts to protect those you love.

We are asking you to please join us by telling Brevard who you’re wearing a mask for.

We’re excited to see who you’re masking for. Together, we will get through this – by all of us doing our parts to protect our family, friends and neighbors.

Click here to print out the “I Wear a Mask For” sign. Just print it out, fill in the blanks with a marker to tell us who you’re masking to protect, snap a picture of yourself while holding the sign and email it to us at Communications@HF.org

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Click here to print out the “I Wear a Mask For” sign. Just print it out, fill in the blanks with a marker to tell us who you’re masking to protect, snap a picture of yourself while holding the sign and email it to us at Communications@HF.org.

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