Preventing asymptomatic spread means that healthy people should get tested more often. So who should take a test?
The assets in this section can be used in connection with specific testing drives, or as free-standing educational messages to generate greater awareness about high-risk environments and groups, and their increased need for routine testing. We asked artists to illustrate the many situations that put some Americans at higher risk, resulting in unique, engaging and positive images that speak to different communities and visual cultures. Use these materials to help your communities understand who should seek a test.
Use our crafted posts and eye-catching images to spread the word.
Restaurants are reopening as the weather gets cooler. If you’ve eaten indoors at a bar or restaurant with friends or colleagues, mask up, social distance, and get tested for COVID 5-7 days later. Together, we can beat this virus #TakeTheTest
Did you know people over 65 who are continuing their routines should be tested regularly for COVID-19? Doesn’t matter if you go for errands, see friends or go to work. Even if you are feeling fine. Know your status, detect COVID early & avoid infecting others. #TakeTheTest
In addition to print and e-newsletters, this text can be submitted to print or digital newspapers, magazines, blogs, websites, and community calendars and event listings. This template is meant to be edited, customized, and added to—in order to meet your organization and community’s unique needs.
Customize your message. Share your logo, website, and testing site specifics. We’ve partnered with Canva to offer branding capability for some of our Toolkit visuals. Log in to Canva to access images, customize, and more in as a member of the COVID-19 Testing Toolkit team.