Jewish Melbourne: 'Chevra Hatzolah message to Wear a Mask'

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Jewish Melbourne: 'Chevra Hatzolah message to Wear a Mask'

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facebook post by Chevra Hatzolah encouraging people to wear masks: ""Wear a mask. It's not too much to ask." - Daniel Andrews. Premier of Victoria

Wearing a face covering helps keep you and others safe. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spread from close contact with a person with COVID-19. Face coverings help stop droplets spreading when someone speaks, laughs, coughs, or sneezes, including someone who has COVID-19 but feels well.

The best way to protect other people against COVID-19 is keeping 1.5 metres apart, wash your hands often, and cough or sneeze into your elbow or tissue. Face coverings add an additional protective physical barrier to protect you and your loved ones.

And if you have symptoms – get tested.

Information is sourced from the DHHS at

In a medical emergency call 9527 5111."
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