Helpful Printables and Online Files
Please make use of the following materials at home and, in the community, to help spread valuable information on staying as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In accordance with Executive Order Sixty-Three, Virginians are required to wear face coverings in public indoor settings.
#StopTheSpreadDMV Graphic Downloads
Easily download and reuse these convenient graphics either online or on your print materials, to help raise awareness of the campaign to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Governor Ralph Northam requires Virginians to wear face coverings in public indoor settings to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, effective Friday, May 29, 2020. More information.
See more face covering graphics on this page.
VDH Please Wear a Face Covering Posters
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Spanish PDF | Image(JPG, 329KB)
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Please wear a cloth face covering
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How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Cloth Face Covering
A guide to how to wear your face covering face covering correctly.
PDF flyer | Image(JPG, 295KB)
Mask Up, Virginia!
Cloth face coverings can help protect the people around you. Help spread awareness with these Mask Up, Virginia! campaign graphics.
Information on the critical steps every person can take to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
SIx steps to stop the spread poster available in:
These instructions from the Arlington Public Health Division and Department of Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management tell you what to do if you are sick or have symptoms, or what to do if you come into close contact with someone who is sick. Following these steps will limit disease spreading in your home and community.
Resources for Renters
Learn how COVID-19 issues are being addressed in apartment buildings, what to tell a landlord, see eviction guidelines, and other information regarding rent payments and more.
Learn what a viral test for COVID-19 is, the meaning of positive and negative tests, and more in this infographic.
Two page PDF graphic
This picture book by Songju Ma Daemicke and Helen H. Wu teaches kids how they and their families can do their part to be virus fighters.
View book in PDF format
Greater Richmond SCAN created these two colorful handouts which include 20 creative ways to build resilience, including links to external resources.