Dealing with maskless customers and a lack of hazard pay are just some of the things workers have faced during the pandemic

Esther Moon

“working 9–5” during a pandemic/snowstorm/[insert crisis here]

A new administration, a new opportunity to stop the spread

Today — Joe Biden becomes the 46th President of the United States. Like him, many new elected officials are starting their terms this month.

We also passed a grim milestone this week.

More than 400,000 lives lost.

Today, we are releasing the second set of #publichealthforpoliticians posters, to remind politicians (old and new) — that we cannot stop the spread of this virus on our own.

It’s a new dawn and we can do better.

Feel free to download the images below and spread on social media. Use the hashtag #publichealthforpoliticians. @ your local politician.

A public health campaign for those who can really change things

We have watched this pandemic unfold for months now. People are being told to follow good public health practices while being provided with little to no relief.

So we’re introducing a new type of public health campaign called: #publichealthforpoliticians.

Feel free to download the images below and spread on social media. Use the hashtag #publichealthforpoliticians. @ your local politician. Make your own posters if you wish.

What would Mister Rogers say?

Abdullah Shihipar

writer. abshippy.com. on twitter as @AShihipar.

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