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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safety Signs

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Publishing signs throughout your building, is an effective way to communicate the steps your organization is taking to keep people safe. We have created free coronavirus safety and reopening signs that can be used on digital signage or as printed signs to help you communicate.

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You can share them on digital signage, print them out and put up posters, post them on social media, publish them to your website, or include them in emails.

Temperature Check Sign 

Organizations are beginning to implement temperature checks to prevent people who might have the coronavirus from entering. If your organization is checking peoples temperatures position this sign near your entrance or the checkpoint to let people know.

covid-temperature-check-sign

Wear a Face Covering Sign 

Wearing masks has been proven to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Many organizations are now implementing policies preventing people from entering if they are not wearing a mask. Use this sign to inform people of your face covering policies.

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Keep Left and Keep Right In This Hallway Signs

Implementing rules on how to navigate hallways is can help people maintain a safe distance. 

A coronavirus sign to help people stay socially distant in halwayys

A COVID-19 sign to help people stay socially distant in hallways


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Proper Hand Washing Signs

Properly washing your hands and following basic hygiene procedures is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Sharing information on how to properly wash your hands will help your audience, especially students or young children, stay safe.

A sign explaining the steps to properly wash your hands and prevent the coronavirus.

Max Capacity Coronavirus Safety Sign 

Max capacity signs help inform people and keep them safe if your organization has implemented policies that limit the number of people allowed to enter. 

A sign showing maximum capacity rules for a building to help stop the spread of coronavirus

Do Not Enter If You Have COVID-19 Symptoms Sign

Share this poster to remind people to stay home and not enter your building if they have COVID-19 symptoms.

A coronavirus safety sign telling people not to enter if they have symptoms

A sign explaining that you should not enter the building if you have recently experienced coronavirus symptoms.

Maintain Safe Practices Sign

Share all of the coronavirus prevention best practices in one easy to digest safety sign.

A sign showing six steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.


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Coronavirus Assistance Programs

If your organization offers programs or policies you can enter your website in the blank space to direct your audience to your resources.

A sign to share COVID-19 assistance programs with your audience.

Coronavirus Contact Reporting

Encourage employees or visitors to let you know if they or anyone they have come into contact with has tested positive for COVID-19. This will help your organization respond to potential cases and ensure others stay safe.

A sign to report COVID-19 cases.


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COVID Social Distancing Signs

Social distancing or “physical distancing” is one of the best ways to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease per the CDC. These signs can be used to encourage people to stay 6 feet apart and not gather in groups.

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A sign to promote social distancing and slow the spread of COVID-19.

CDC COVID-19 Prevention Signs

This set of coronavirus signs is available in French, English, and Spanish. They cover all of the best practices such as covering your cough, avoiding close contact with people who are sick, cleaning surfaces frequently, and washing your hands.

A sign showing CDC COVID-19 prevention tips.

#HonorHeroes

Thank and honor the heroes in your community who are working hard to make sure we have access to essential goods. Support your local first responders and essential workers with this #honorheroes sign.

A sign to honor first responders and essential workers.

#LightItBlue

Show your gratitude for front line workers by lighting up your building with this sign.

A sign for the light it blue campaign to honor front line workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus Prevention Tips Chrome Extension

Install this Chrome extension to keep your family or business safe and stop the spread of the coronavirus every time you open a new tab in your web browser. The extension will show a different tip from the World Health Organizations “Do The Five.”

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Coronavirus Reopening Plan

As many countries and states start to reopen and publish their coronavirus reopening plans it’s important for you to consider how your business, school, or organization needs to prepare. Many government agencies, such as the CDC, have put out resources to help you develop, implement, and maintain your reopening plan.

As part of your reopening strategy determine what needs to be regularly cleaned and disinfected, what policies and procedures need to be put into place, and how you’ll communicate the actions you’re taking.

To help prevent the spread you’ll want to:

  • Increase air circulation
  • Encourage people to bring their own food and water
  • Close shared spaces such as cafeterias
  • Discourage the use of shared objects
  • Have ample cleaning supplies on hand

Some key information to communicate is:

  • Wearing cloth face coverings
  • Avoiding touching faces
  • Staying home if sick
  • Frequently cleaning and disinfecting surfaces (follow CDC cleaning and disinfection guidelines)
  • Practicing social distancing (stay 6 feet away)
  • Wash hands thoroughly and often

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Click below to download all of the COVID-19 reopening and safety signs. Share them on digital signage, put them up as posters, share them to your social channels, add them to your website, or include them in emails.

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