El Departamento de Salud del Condado de St. Louis ha identificado que las comunidades hispanas y latinas en el Condado se ven desproporcionadamente afectadas por COVID-19. Escucha a miembros de la comunidad en cómo mantenerte seguro y tomar la prueba si necesitas here.
The St. Louis County Department of Health has identified that the Hispanic and Latino communities in the County are disproportionately affected by COVID-19. Listen to members of the community on how to stay safe and take the test if needed here.
Video and links are also available at https://www.stljuntos.org.
Thank you to the following partners and participants who made this video possible:
Consul Alfonso Navarro-Bernach, Mexican Consulate in KC
Lourdes Treviño-Bailon, STLJuntos
Carlos Restrepo, Communications Specialist
Dr. Sam Page, St. Louis County Executive
Jaclyn Noroño-Rodriguez, VP Venezuelan Association in Missouri
Ivan Ortiz, President St. Louis Puerto Rican Society of Missouri
Diego Abente, President and CEO, Casa De Salud
Cecilia Velazquez, Red Latina
Gabriela Ramírez-Arellano, STLJuntos
Amanda Tello, Darren Jackson, Alexa Seda, Alejandro Santiago, Adam Sheble, Alexandra Johnson, Betsy Cohen, Erin Joy, Santiago Beltran, Gabriela Marroquin, Consul Alfonso Navarro-Bernachi
As the school year approached, the use of cloth face coverings in educational settings may present challenges, particularly for younger students and students with special healthcare or educational needs. Education and promotion of positive and supportive relationships should remain the primary focus with the following strategies that may assist and encourage students to wear face coverings, while maintaining a positive learning environment.