Practice Safe Six


We Can Do This: Practice Safe Six

To protect ourselves, our family, and our community we need to limit the number of people we have contact with to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We ask everyone to do their part to help slow the spread and Practice Safe Six!

#1 - Stay 6 feet from others
#2 - Wear masks inside public places
#3 - Wash your hands often
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#4 - Be extra safe if you're at higher risk
#5 - Stay home when sick
#6 - Get tested if you have symptoms
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COVID-19 spreads between people through respiratory droplets produced when a person with the infection coughs, sneezes, or talks. These droplets land in the mouth or nose of a person who is nearby or are possibly inhaled into our lungs. By taking these six simple ways to prevent the spread and protect each other, we can help prevent others from getting COVID-19. 

Support available during COVID-19Even if you are practicing the Safe Six, remember that new conditions and situations may result in increased stress, fear, and anxiety. To take care of your mental health, it is important to take breaks, connect with family and friends, eat healthy meals, drink plenty of water, exercise daily, and get a good night’s sleep. 

You can also reach out to the Colorado Crisis Services for free, confidential, professional and immediate support for any mental health, substance use or emotional concern, 24/7/365. Call 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.

Stay safe and protect each other by taking simple steps such as handwashing, masking, social distancing, staying home when you are sick, and getting tested if you were around someone with COVID-19.