Last updated on Monday, Oct 19 2020, 11:26:17 AM
We need to continue our efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. Any time you’re near people who don’t live with you, wear a mask and keep your distance. As we all work together to help stop the spread of COVID-19, remember that what you do to protect your neighbor also helps to protect you. These days, that’s the ultimate win-win situation. We can do this, Rhode Island.
Share what you’re doing to help stop the spread with #CrushCovidRI.
A mask should not be a sign of weakness. A mask should not be a political statement. A mask should not be another way to divide us. A mask is just a mask and masks save lives. Wear a mask and keep your distance.
Contact tracing is an important part of slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Rhode Island. Learn how it works and what you need to do. more
Wondering if YOU should be tested for COVID-19? Whether or not you have symptoms, you could have the virus and pass it to others, talk to a healthcare provider.
Keep your distance to keep minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
Hugs and handshakes aren’t the only ways to greet someone, so think about new ways to share the love.
Physical distancing and wearing masks protects all of us. Thanks for spreading the word Ron and Pete.
Join Paws and Sox as we crush COVID together! Social distance! Wear A Mask! and Stay Safe at Home!
Because you’re doing your part to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we’re all able to enjoy the summer, spend time at the beaches, and eat at some of our favorite restaurants again. Keep up the great work, RI!
Special Olympics RI athlete, Michael, from Special Olympics RI East Providence Townies Team shares a message regarding staying in touch with family and friends.
Special Olympics RI Lincoln North Stars team volunteer, Gemma and athlete, Sophia share an important message regarding COVID-19.
Special Olympics RI CEO, Dennis DeJesus shares an important message asking for your help to #CrushCovid19 and give our athletes the opportunity to "Return to Sports".
These links connect you to great information about different COVID-19-related topics. They’re updated often, so visit them regularly for the latest news and guidance.