Do your part, Racine!
We need you.
We need you to STAY SAFE and stop the spread of COVID-19 so we can get back to family gatherings, First Fridays, and fish fries.
We need you to STAY SAFE so we can get back to business.
Wash your hands. Wear your mask. Stay at least 6 feet apart.
Together we can STAY SAFE by keeping our distance.
How to Do Your Part
The new recommendations are simple to follow but will have a resounding impact on public health. The White House is asking everyone to avoid gathering in groups larger than 10 people, to stay home, and to limit travel until further notice. Now is a crucial time to prevent the coronavirus pandemic from escalating beyond what our health care systems can manage.
Stay home when you are feeling sick.
Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer often.
Cover your cough/sneeze.
Regularly clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that are touched frequently.
If you would like to volunteer your time and talents, sign up with the Wisconsin Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry. You will be contacted as the need arises for volunteers with your qualifications.
Do Your Part to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Learn more
Ways to show your support
Use the Stay Safe, Racine frame on your Facebook profile pic
How do I add a frame on a Facebook profile pic?
Use the hashtag #staysaferacine
Use the hashtag #staysaferacine when you share.
Add any of below graphics & overlays to your social media profiles
Download Social Profile Overlay
Download Facebook Cover (English)
Download Twitter Cover (English)
Download shareable Twitter graphic
Download shareable Facebook graphic
Download shareable Instagram graphic
Agregue cualquiera de los siguientes gráficos y superposiciones a sus perfiles de redes sociales
Descargar Facebook Cover
Cuidateracine Twitter Cover
Descargar gráfico de Twitter compartible
Descargar gráfico de Facebook para compartir
Descargar gráfico de Instagram para compartir
“The City of Racine Public Health Department and Central Racine County Health Department and are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by a new coronavirus that has been detected in nearly every country worldwide, including the United States. This is a rapidly evolving and dynamic situation. Local officials are working together and are committed to mitigating the impact for Racine County residents.”