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Statewide Updates on the Coronavirus
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Local Updates Regarding the CoronaVirus

As one of the best ways to remove germs and to avoid getting sick, handwashing prevents the spread of germs to others.

NET Health encourages you to download the "Clean Hands Protect" posters, developed by the Center for Health Communication at the University of Texas at Austin.  Print and place these posters in your breakroom, within your restrooms, at home, and at high-traffic community locations in your city.

Download the vertical poster               Download the horizontal poster



Learn more about when and how to wash your hands, the importance of using soap and water, and what you can do if soap and clean, running water are not available, by viewing the below video created by the CDC. Click here to download Facts Sheets that you can download, print, and share with your family, friends, and coworkers.


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If you have not been around anyone with CoronaVirus, or have not visited an area with an ongoing CoronaVirus outbreak, then you are not at risk.

Similar to our precautions for avoiding the flu, the best way to prevent infection from any respiratory illness is to wash your hands, cover your coughs, block your sneezes, and stay at home if you feel sick.

Respiratory illnesses such as the flu are most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:


The risk of Coronavirus for all Texans remains low. The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is working closely with the CDC in monitoring the developing outbreak. 

Learn more about the various types of the CoronaVirus and the possible ways of becoming infected by viewing the below video:


Click here to learn advice for actions you can take in your city, with your families, and within your communities.

Click here to follow the CoronaVirus updates in Texas that are provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Click here to access the one-page facts sheet developed by the CDC.

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"Public health affects everyone everyday, regardless of where you live, regardless of your income, regardless of your family size."

What would our community look like if you did not have a public health department?

Click below to view the informative video listed on NET Health's YouTube channel.


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