We recognize that it can be challenging to keep up with the amount of information about COVID-19 or identify simple, reliable messages that will resonate with your communities.

In this toolkit, you will find shareable posts and graphics for social media,  public service announcements, flyers, and other materials related to COVID-19.

Sharing reliable and accurate public health messages during the COVID-19 pandemic is essential, and we are counting on you to help us spread this messaging.  Please help us by sharing our Community Toolkit with your stakeholders through your social media channels.

SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS

Prevention – Wash Your Hands, Wear a Mask, Social Distance
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We all play a vital role of taking care of one another. The One Community Campaign aims to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in underrepresented communities.

For information about this campaign, resources, and community partners visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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We all play a vital role of taking care of one another. The One Community Campaign aims to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in underrepresented communities.

For information about the campaign, resources, and community partners visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

OneCommunity Campaign Video
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We all play a vital role of take care of one another. The One Community Campaign aims to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in underrepresented communities.

For information about this campaign, resources, and community partners visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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We all play a vital role of taking care of one another. The One Community Campaign aims to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in underrepresented communities.

For information about the campaign, resources, and community partners visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Social Gathering – Fall
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Do you know the risks of social gatherings this holiday season? Keep safety at the top of your holiday plans, and let’s work together as #OneCommunity with #OneResponse to fight COVID-19.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones:nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Do you know the risks of social gatherings this holiday season? Keep safety at the top of your holiday plans, and let’s work together as #OneCommunity with #OneResponse to fight COVID-19.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

COVID-19 Does Not Discriminate
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COVID-19 has impacted us all. Do your part to slow the spread. Wear a mask, wash your hands, and social distance.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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COVID-19 has impacted us all. Do your part to slow the spread. Wear a mask, wash your hands, and social distance. Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

My Ethnicity is Not a Virus
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As COVID has surged throughout our country, so too has social stigma. Many have experienced COVID-related discrimination including racial minorities, especially Asian Americans, those who have recovered from COVID, and front-line workers. Remember ANYONE can spread COVID. We are stronger when we work together. Help stop COVID related stigma.

Learn more at: nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-stigma

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Many have experienced COVID-related discrimination, including Asian Americans, those who have recovered from COVID, and front-line workers. Remember ANYONE can spread COVID. Help stop COVID related stigma.

Learn more at: nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-stigma

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Social Gathering – Winter
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Do you know the risks of social gatherings this holiday season? Keep safety at the top of your holiday plans, and let’s work together as #OneCommunity with #OneResponse to fight COVID-19.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Do you know the risks of social gatherings this holiday season? Keep safety at the top of your holiday plans, and let’s work together as #OneCommunity with #OneResponse to fight COVID-19.

Learn more about how to protect yourself and your loved ones: nmhec.org/onecommunity

Contact Tracing
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Do you know what contact tracing is? If you have been exposed to COVID-19, the health department may call you to check on your health. To help slow the spread, they will discuss who you have been around and ask where you have spent time.

Learn more about contact tracing at nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Have you tested positive for COVID-19? Help limit the risk of exposing others by working with contact tracers. Answer the call from your health department. One call can slow the spread.

Learn more about contact tracing at https://nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing/

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Have you been exposed to COVID-19? Help protect your community and slow the spread by working with contact tracers. Answer the call from your health department.

Learn about why your response matters at nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Did you know? Your privacy will be protected and respected in the contact tracing process, so protect yourself and family by answering the call from the health department. You will not be asked about your legal or citizenship status.

Learn about why your response matters at nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Do you know what contact tracing is? If you have been exposed to COVID-19, the health department may call you to check on your health.

To learn more, visit: nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Have you tested positive for COVID-19? Help limit the risk of exposing others by working with contact tracers. Answer the call from your health department. One call can slow the spread.

Learn more about contact tracing at https://nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing/

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Have you been exposed to COVID-19? Help protect your community and slow the spread by working with contact tracers. Answer the call from your health department.

Learn about why your response matters at nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Did you know? Your privacy will be protected in the contact tracing process, so protect yourself and family by answering the call from the health department. You will not be asked about your citizenship status.

Learn about why your response matters at nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity-contacttracing

Contact Trace App
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Do you want to know if you have been exposed to COVID but are concerned that apps don’t keep your information private? COVID Trace Nevada is a free app that prioritizes your privacy.

To learn more, please visit: nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/covidtrace

COVID Trace is a contact tracing mobile app developed by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. The app exchanges anonymous information with other phones in your vicinity and can notify you if you’ve come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

To learn more, please visit: nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/covidtrace

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Do you want to know if you have been exposed to COVID but are concerned that apps don’t keep your information private? COVID Trace Nevada is a free app that prioritizes your privacy.

To learn more, please visit: nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/covidtrace

COVID Trace is a contact tracing app developed by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. The app exchanges anonymous information with other phones in your vicinity and can notify you if you get exposed to COVID-19.

To learn more, please visit: nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/covidtrace

Risk in Minority Communities
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Communities of color and other underrepresented groups are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Protect our community by wearing a mask, staying 6ft apart, and washing your hands often. We shape what happens next.

To learn more, visit: nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Communities of color and other underrepresented groups are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. We must protect our community. We shape what happens next.

To learn more visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Essential Service Workers
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We want to take a moment to thank all of the dedicated essential workers that are keeping our community safe and functioning. We see you. We appreciate you.

To learn more about our efforts visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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We want to take a moment to thank all of the dedicated essential workers that are keeping our community safe and functioning. We see you. We appreciate you.

To learn more about our efforts visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Coping
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Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like COVID-19. You may feel anxiousness, anger, sadness, or overwhelmed. Find ways to reduce stress to help yourself and the people you care about. We shape what happens next.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like COVID-19. You may feel anxiousness, anger, sadness, or overwhelmed. Find ways to reduce stress to help yourself and the people you care about.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

Why do I Wear a Mask
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Wearing a mask keeps us safe, keeps our elders safe, and keeps our store cashiers, teachers, and healthcare providers, and other essential workers safe. When we show up wearing a mask, we show up for each other.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Wearing a mask keeps us safe, keeps our elders safe, and keeps our store cashiers, teachers, and healthcare providers, and other essential workers safe. When we show up wearing a mask, we show up for each other.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

COVID BUBBLE
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COVID-19 can spread anywhere, even in places where you feel safe or with people you feel safe with. Truth is, your COVID bubble is bigger than you think. It only takes one person with COVID-19 to further the spread. Keep gatherings to those in your household.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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COVID-19 can spread anywhere, even in places where you feel safe or with people you feel safe with. It only takes one person infected to further the spread. Keep gatherings to those in your household.

To learn more, visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

VACCINE
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When the COVID vaccine comes to your community, will you be ready? There is no better time to learn more in order to make an informed decision.

Visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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When the COVID vaccine comes to your community, will you be ready? There is no better time to learn more in order to make an informed decision.

Visit nmhec.org/covid-19/onecommunity

#OneCommunity #OneResponse

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Share your story through a testimonial

This is an extraordinary time – and we need your voice to tell the story.

Over the past months, you’ve been taking action to protect your community, by helping your neighbours, keeping a positive spirit, taking care of your loved ones, and much much more.

Whether you’re sheltering at home, working in the medical or public health field, homeschooling your kids, or adapting your business to the times, we want to hear from you. We want you to tell your story. Please spare a few minutes to share what you are going through in a short text, photo, or video.

We believe that your story, your resourcefulness, your resilience, will help connect us while we are apart and continuing to act as #OneCommunity as we weather this pandemic!

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COVID-19 has impacted us all, and this pandemic isn’t quite over. Chances are you and the people you love have been through a lot together. When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. We shape what happens next. For more information on the campaign, visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity/

To submit your story, visit bit.ly/WeAreOneCommunity

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How has COVID impacted you? How are you building resilience? How are you protecting others? For more information on the campaign, visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity/

To submit your story, visit bit.ly/WeAreOneCommunity #OneCommunity #OneResponse

Now is a great time to remember that we are #OneCommunity Chances are you and the people you love have been through a lot together. When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. We shape what happens next. For more information on the campaign, visit https://nmhec.org/onecommunity/

To submit your story, visit bit.ly/WeAreOneCommunity. #OneCommunity #OneResponse

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COVID-19 has impacted us all, and this pandemic isn’t quite over. Chances are, you and the people you love have been through a lot together. When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. Visit nmhec.org/onecommunity to share your story

COVID-19 has impacted us all. When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. We shape what happens next. Visit nmhec.org/onecommunity to share your story #OneCommunity #OneResponse

How has COVID impacted you? How are you building resilience? How are you protecting others? When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. Visit nmhec.org/onecommunity to share your story

It’s been an extraordinary time and it’s not over yet, so let’s make sure we’re still staying connected while we’re apart. When you tell your story, you’re giving others the strength to stay with it. Upload your story in text, pics, or video at bit.ly/WeAreOneCommunity

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