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Staying Home Saves Lives

  • Spending 15 minutes or more inside with other people greatly expands your risk of becoming infected.

  • Extending pandemic benefits provides people with the means to meet their basic needs while temporarily abstaining from working near others.

  • This not only protects the individual worker, it lessens the risk of exposure for everyone else with whom they may have come in contact.

  • Keeping workers home helps us flatten the curve while we work to make our cities and states safer.

  • We should be concentrated on flattening the curve to prevent deaths, not getting people back to work. is not a source of legal advice or counsel. All information contained on is an educational tool. Where specific facts are referenced, every effort has been made to verify the accuracy and truthfulness of the information presented. Occasionally our information will become out of date because of the rapidly evolving nature of the movement. If you spot something out of place, please contact us at

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