MUSKEGON, Mich. — More than 100 organizations have united to spread the word on fighting the spread of COVID-19 in Muskegon County.
The initiative, “Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives”, includes government, healthcare, businesses, schools, and non-profits. The new group seeks to educate and encourage residents to follow safety precautions.
“By working together, sharing a consistent message, and following some very basic safety precautions, we can save lives,” said Muskegon County Public Health Officer Kathy Moore in a release.
“It’s going to take a true community effort to educate residents on the importance of following proper guidelines to stop the spread of COVID19 in our communities,” said City of Muskegon Heights Mayor Walter Watt.