COVID-19 Community Information Handout

Covid-19 Information Handout

Ebony Jade Hilton, MD, Dr. Leigh-Ann Webb (Emergency Medicine Physician at UVA), community member Mr. Alex-Zan (Humanitarian, Author), and 2020 Ezra Jack Keats award winning illustrator, Ashleigh Corrin, created a COVID-19 resource that they hope will be useful for our community. In the link below, you will find a guide of how to prepare your home, prevent spread of the virus, and detect its symptoms.

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