An Everett Fire Department Reminder On How Close We Are With COVID-19 Recovery

April 16, 2020

Everett

As we do now and again when we come across something one of the City departments puts out on social media that we think deserves a broader share we like to bring it to you here. Saw this today on the Everett Fire Department Facebook page and thought we’d share.

Covid chart

Courtesy Everett Fire Department Facebook Page

We know that everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic event and the ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ order has not been easy, but your actions are helping to save lives.

The green line shows how you are flattening the curve, which is the path we want to stay on. The purple bar on the green line shows how close we are to cases skyrocketing (red line) again if we stop taking preventative measures and throw caution to the wind.

Just as we took a stair-step approach to where we are currently, we need to take that same approach as we resume business once the orders are lifted.

At the end, we want to hear there was an overreaction, that means you all made a difference in stopping the spread of this virus and helped save lives of loved ones.

The picture we want to see is a downward green line that flattens out in the blue box.

We continue to stand with and by our community as we urge you to continue to save lives by following the #StayHome #StayHealthy order.

Thank you for being a part of the solution and being our heroes! Be well, stay well! Keep up the good work!



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