Masks protect us. They can also let us do more of the things we like. Or to simply do the things we must do. Like work and take care of each other. The more we wear masks whenever we’re together, the sooner we can get past COVID-19, together.
Baltimore, MD – The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) today announced the expansion of its #MasksOnMaryland campaign, with new media and social components to debut this week in English and Spanish. The campaign, which initially launched on June 25, encourages Marylanders to use face coverings in public places to help to protect themselves, their loved ones, co-workers and communities from COVID-19.
“Reminding Marylanders to continue to be vigilant is critical, so we can continue to slow the spread of COVID-19 as we move into the fall,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “#MasksOnMaryland encourages all of us to recognize how we can go about living our lives if we take the right precautions, like wearing masks. We all have a role to play in keeping our communities safe.”