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COVID-19 Testing locations. Full location list here (https://covid19.memphistn.gov/resources/covid-19-testing-sites-in-shelby-county/)
Used Gloves and Masks belong in the trash!

Stop COVID-19  and keep our city clean. 

Gloves that are protecting you from coronavirus might be picked up by someone else to be thrown away. Unwanted germs, specifically COVID-19, could then be transported to the person throwing them away.  Help stop the spread and starve the virus.

For proper glove use,  visit who.int/gpsc/5may/Glove_Use_Information_Leaflet.pdf  or covid19.memphisth.gov.
Used Gloves and Masks belong in the trash! Stop COVID-19  and keep our city clean. Gloves that are protecting you from coronavirus might be picked up by someone else to be thrown away. Unwanted germs, specifically COVID-19, could then be transported to the person throwing them away.  Help stop the spread and starve the virus. For proper glove use,  visit who.int/gpsc/5may/Glove_Use_Information_Leaflet.pdf  or covid19.memphisth.gov. 
Wear non-medical face coverings when in public. Non-medical face coverings include bandanas, scarves, other cloth or fabric. N95 masks are for medical workers.
Wear non-medical face coverings when in public. Non-medical face coverings include bandanas, scarves, other cloth or fabric. N95 masks are for medical workers.
We want you to stay safe. We want you to stay safe during this public health crisis. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. Avoid touching your face and a surface. Sneeze or cough? Cover up and clean surfaces. Home; stay home if you are sick. For daily updates and more information visit covid19.memphistn.gov.
COVID-19 screening. Find out if and when you should get tested. Text "covid" to 901-203-5526 or scan the QR code. For any additional information go to mycareplan.net/covid-19.
COVID-19 screening. Find out if and when you should get tested. Text “covid” to 901-203-5526 or scan the QR code. For any additional information go to mycareplan.net/covid-19.
Coronavirus COVID-19 or 2019-nCov. Life of the Coronavirus on surfaces. 3 days of plastic. 3 days on steel. 24 hours on cardboard. 4 hours on copper. Stays in the air for up to 3 hours. Prevention: clean and disinfect regularly. Source: National Institute of Health.
Coronavirus COVID-19 or 2019-nCov. Life of the Coronavirus on surfaces. 3 days of plastic. 3 days on steel. 24 hours on cardboard. 4 hours on copper. Stays in the air for up to 3 hours. Prevention: clean and disinfect regularly. Source: National Institute of Health.
Let's starve COVID-19 with social distancing. Stand 6 feet away. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Brought to you by the City of Memphis.
Let’s starve COVID-19 with social distancing. Stand 6 feet away. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Brought to you by the City of Memphis.
The power of social distancing. If you make no changes in behavior, 1 person infected becomes 2.5 people infected in 5 days, becomes 406 people infected in 30 days. Inf you reduce your interactions by 50%, 1 person infected becomes 1.25 people infected in 5 days, becomes 15 people infected in 30 days. If you reduce your interactions by 75%, 1 person infected becomes .625 people infected in 5 days, becomes 2.5 people infected in 30 days. Info source: Advocate Aurora Health.
The power of social distancing. If you make no changes in behavior, 1 person infected becomes 2.5 people infected in 5 days, becomes 406 people infected in 30 days. Inf you reduce your interactions by 50%, 1 person infected becomes 1.25 people infected in 5 days, becomes 15 people infected in 30 days. If you reduce your interactions by 75%, 1 person infected becomes .625 people infected in 5 days, becomes 2.5 people infected in 30 days. Info source: Advocate Aurora Health.
Steps to follow. Be responsible during home isolation. Avoid social gatherings, theatres etc. Cancel non-essential travel for a few days. Explore work from opportunity. Consider distance learning or e-learning instead of attending classes. Short term holidays of schools. Stay home when sick and limit visitors. Limit Large work-gatherings like meetings and training. Consider staggering work schedules at offices. Stay abreast with developments related to the epidemic.
Steps to follow. Be responsible during home isolation. Avoid social gatherings, theatres etc. Cancel non-essential travel for a few days. Explore work from opportunity. Consider distance learning or e-learning instead of attending classes. Short term holidays of schools. Stay home when sick and limit visitors. Limit Large work-gatherings like meetings and training. Consider staggering work schedules at offices. Stay abreast with developments related to the epidemic.
Social distancing guidelines at work. 1. Avoid in-person meetings. Use online conferencing, email of the phone when possible, even when people are in the same building. 2. Unavoidable in-person meetings should be short, in a large meeting room where people can sit at least three feet from each other; avoid shaking hands. 3. Eliminate unnecessary travel and cancel or postpone nonessential meetings, gatherings, workshops and training sessions. 4. Do not congregate in work rooms, pantries, copier roomer or other areas where people socialize. Keep six feet apart when possible. 5. Bring lunch and eat at your desk or away from others (avoid lunchrooms and crowded restaurants). 6. Avoid public transportation (walk, cycle, drive a car) or go early or late to avoid rush-hour crowding on public transportation. 7. Limit recreational or other leisure classes, meetings, activities, etc., where close contact with others is likely.
Social distancing guidelines at work. 1. Avoid in-person meetings. Use online conferencing, email of the phone when possible, even when people are in the same building. 2. Unavoidable in-person meetings should be short, in a large meeting room where people can sit at least three feet from each other; avoid shaking hands. 3. Eliminate unnecessary travel and cancel or postpone nonessential meetings, gatherings, workshops and training sessions. 4. Do not congregate in work rooms, pantries, copier roomer or other areas where people socialize. Keep six feet apart when possible. 5. Bring lunch and eat at your desk or away from others (avoid lunchrooms and crowded restaurants). 6. Avoid public transportation (walk, cycle, drive a car) or go early or late to avoid rush-hour crowding on public transportation. 7. Limit recreational or other leisure classes, meetings, activities, etc., where close contact with others is likely.

Flyers / Posters to Print

For use in public places, offices, etc.

Handshake Free Zone. Welcome! We are so glad you are here. This is a handshake-free zone. Please be considerate of others and wash your hands regularly and/or use the hand sanitizer provided throughout the building.
COVID-19: Who to Mask. Guidance for General Population. Based on availability of surgical masks or others masks.

CDC Posters

Poster: Stop the spread of germs. Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. cdc.gov/COVID19

Stop the spread of germs poster

Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, like coronavirus disease 2019 by avoiding close contact with people who are sick; covering cough and sneeze; avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth; and washing your hands with soap and water.

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Poster: Symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019. Patients with COVID-19 have experienced mild to severe respiratory illness. Symptoms can include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure. Seek medical advice if you develop symptoms, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or if you live in or have recently been in an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19. cdc.gov/COVID19-symptoms

Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 poster

Patients with COVID-19 have experienced mild to severe respiratory illness. Symptoms can include fever, cough and shortness of breath. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.

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