OUR COMEBACK GRAPHICS

Our Comeback Campaign

Support our campaign by using these graphics for the web, social media, and printed signs. View »

 

HAND WASHING

Hand Washing Reminder, version 1

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »

 


Hand Washing Reminder, version 2

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »

 

FACE COVERINGS

Cloth Face Coverings Tips

How to select and wear a comfortable face covering in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »

 


Face Covering Reminder, version 1

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


Face Covering Reminder, version 2

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


How to Dispose of Used Face Coverings and Other PPE

How to select and wear a comfortable face covering in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


Mandatory Face Covering

Three sign options for your business or other public-facing operation - each in three languages. View »

SANITATION

COVID-19 Cleaning Protocols for Vacated Rooms

Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, in six languages. View »


How to Safely Dispose of Wipes and Paper Towels

Use this simple infographic to help customers and visitors do the right thing, in Spanish and English. View »


Prevent the Spread: Reminders to Keep You Safe from COVID-19

Three sign options for your business or other public-facing operation - each in three languages. View »

SOCIAL DISTANCING

Slow the Spread: Tips for Travelers

Are you or someone you know traveling? This graphic tells you what you need to know. View »


Social Distancing Reminder, version 1

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


Social Distancing Reminder, version 2

For social media, web and other screen uses, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


What Does Social Distancing Look Like?

This simple inforgraphic helps show what six-feet-apart looks like, in Spanish and English. View »


What is a Social Bubble?

This simple graphic helps explain a social bubble and why they're important to slow the spread. View »


What's the Difference Between Isolation and Quarantine?

This graphic explains social distancing, shelter in place, quarantine and isolation, in English, Spanish and Chinese. View »


Outdoor Dining, Malls: Protect Yourself and Others

Take these steps to help protect yourself and others when you are dining or shopping in public. View »

WELL BEING

Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety

Follow these tips on how to cope in an uncertain time, in Chinese, Spanish and English. View »


Reopen Safely Together

Notices for visitors to follow safety procedures, in Spanish and English View »

ADDITIONAL INFOGRAPHICS, FLIERS, POSTERS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Communications Resources

World Health Organization - COVID-19 Infographics

California Department of Public Health - Outreach Resources

Social Distancing

Stay 6 feet apart
Wear a face covering
Avoid public places

Shelter in Place

Stay Home
Leave for essentials: food,medicine,banking,
family wellness checks

Quarantine

You had contact with someone who tested postive
Stay home for 14 days even if you don't feel sick

Isolation

You are diagnosed with COVID-19
Stay away from people & houshold members
Do not leave home except for medical treatment