COVID-19 PSA: Stay Home and Slow the Spread
Department of Community and Human Services
We are grateful to our wonderful King County staff from the Department of Community and Human Services, Public Health—Seattle & King County, as well as some of our friends at City of Seattle who came together to film these in-language PSAs for the community.
Having timely and accurate information for our other language communities is crucial, especially in a time like this.
We're also thankful to all the people who stepped to volunteer to make these videos—our staff was ready to help the community as always!
COVID-19 is spreading in King County. But together, we can slow it down, saving lives.
Everyone, young and old, should stay home and avoid all non-essential contact. When you must go out, limit your trips and stay six feet apart from others. Our individual actions affect the health of our entire community. And what we do as a community protects us all.
Stay home and slow the spread.
Public Health—Seattle & King County has created this important message about COVID-19:
Starting in March 2020, households across our region and across the country will have the opportunity to participate in the 2020 Census. Your participation matters. Learn how you can promote a fair and accurate census at kingcounty.gov/census.