Community Capitals Policing is built on the idea that communities that have mutual trust and respect (collective efficacy) are safer; and members of communities with high levels of trust are more willing to look out for each other and work together for the common good. These principles—trust, kindness, and mutual respect—are also essential to navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Early this summer—for a very brief period—it seemed like things were returning to normal and that we could resume our regular, everyday activities. Unfortunately, the Delta variant has upended these plans and is once again requiring everyone to take precautions. So, for the safety of yourselves, your families, and your neighbors, please take heed of these common sense guidelines:
Wear a face mask
Wash your hands frequently with soap or sanitizer
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care
Practice social distancing (6-10 feet) to reduce the risk of being exposed to and spreading the coronavirus.
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