CDC Recommends Indoor Masking in Collin County

CDC Recommends Indoor Masking in Collin County

Last week, the CDC showed that Collin County moved into the high-risk category in the Covid-19 community risk levels. This means that our community has demonstrated an increased level of COVID-related hospitalization and/or transmission. The CDC is now recommending masking indoors to decrease the risk of transmission.
When you are in our building, you are welcome to wear a mask. We know they can be uncomfortable, but wearing a mask can help us to “do no harm” by providing some level of protection for those who are at high risk.
If you have been exposed to COVID-19, are fully vaccinated and boosted, the CDC says you may continue your normal activities, and as a precaution, consider wearing a mask in public spaces. If you begin to show symptoms and/or test positive, please quarantine until symptoms subside or you test negative.
If you have any questions, please contact Rev Mary Beth Hardesty-Crouch.