The State of Vermont, with leadership from the Vermont Department of Health, has launched an educational campaign called "Masks On VT" to encourage Vermonters to wear face masks while in public. This effort is a collaboration between all agencies and departments of state government - but we can't do it alone. We need our partners to help us spread the word (and not the germs!) using technology (websites and social media), paper (posters and handcards), and word of mouth.
VTLIB is asking Vermont libraries and our community partners to take a look at the following campaign materials, and share the information in as many ways as possible.
Email Jennifer Johnson with any questions or ideas for graphics!
Vermont Department of Health's #MasksOnVT page
- Includes face mask resources such as:
- Face mask how-tos and make your own
- Where to buy a face mask in Vermont (link is external)
- Face Coverings for Children, in Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Karen | Kirundi | Lingala | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese
- I'll protect you, you protect me infographic, in Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese
- Reopening Signage (link is external), including mask signs (from Agency of Commerce and Community Development.)
Toolkit for Libraries:
Social Media, Web, & E-Newsletter:
Posters & Handcards:
- Google Drive (download and print)
- Request printed materials (coming soon)