Harrisena Church Worship Bulletin 5-17-2020
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE @ 9:30 AM on
FACEBOOK LIVE @ drnatalie wimberly
and CONFERENCE CALL-IN: 1-313-209-8800. The ID# is 796-8500, then press #.
WEDNESDAY PRAYER @ 12 noon on conference call-in ONLY!
SATURDAY MEDITATION @3:00 p.m. on FACEBOOK LIVE!
Sunday Confirmation Class Today @ 1:30 PM Google Hangout
Cloth face coverings can be fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low-cost, and should be used as a public health measure, beyond social distancing.
Individuals must procure, fashion, or otherwise obtain face coverings and wear them when they are in a public and are:
- within six feet of distance from other individuals; or
- in a situation or setting where they are unable to maintain six feet of distance from other individuals; or
- in a public or private transportation carrier or for-hire vehicle.
When wearing cloth face coverings in public settings, where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community transmission, you should:
- Make sure that they fit snugly and cover their nose and mouth.
- Be changed frequently and laundered when they are soiled or wet.
- Not become complacent with other protective measures.
- Do not touch the cloth covering or face.
- Continue to be vigilant with thorough and frequent handwashing with soap and water, or alcohol-based hand sanitizer of 60%+ alcohol.
- Practice respiratory etiquette and cover your coughs or sneezes.
- Practice social distancing – even when wearing masks.
- Stay home and help flatten the curve!
While cloth face coverings may not prevent the wearer from becoming infected, they might help slow spread from people who have the virus and are unaware.