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Masks Save Lives

As part of our work to help promote mask wearing, PHI sponsored a selfie campaign amongst our staff, asking them to share photos of themselves and their families wearing masks and keeping each other safe. We're delighted to share just some of their photos.

three people wearing masks

Wearing protective face coverings are a critical way of protecting ourselves, our loved ones and our communities from COVID-19, along with social distancing, handwashing, proper ventilation and other measures. Data shows they can help stop transmitting and catching the coronovirus, when used properly.

As a public health organization, the Public Health Institute supports public health reccommendations for wearing masks in indoor and outdoor public settings, especially when you can’t stay 6 feet away from others. We ask that everyone follow the recommendations made by their county, state and national public health officials. See updated guidance from the World Health Organization.

As part of our work to help promote mask wearing, PHI sponsored a selfie campaign amongst our staff, asking them to share photos of themselves and their families wearing masks and keeping each other safe. We’re delighted to share just some of their photos. We are inspired by their creativity, love and care for one another.

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Mary with face mask
Mary A. Pittman, DrPH, President and CEO, Public Health Institute
Valerie and daughter wearing a face mask
Whitney wearing a face mask
PHI's Stephanie's youngest son wearing a face mask
PHI's Skye and daughter wearing face masks
PHI's Shawn wearing a face mask
Sarah wearing a face mask
Nathan wearing a face mask
Lutch wearing a face mask
PHI's Kristine wearing a face mask
Julie wearing a face mask
PHI's Gail wearing a face mask
Emily's sons wearing face masks
Deana and friends wearing face masks
Chris wearing a face mask
Baine and wife wearing face masks
Audrey's boys wearing face masks
Audrey and boys wearing face masks
Aaryn wearing a face mask

PHI logo on top of face masks collage


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