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New COVID campaign for young people

Friday 4 September 2020

Haringey has launched a new campaign to remind children and young people to protect their friends from COVID-19 by continuing to follow social distancing guidelines.

As lockdown eases, schools re-open and we start to see our friends regularly, it’s easy to forget to do the things that will keep us safe. 

Anyone can have coronavirus and they may not show symptoms, so it’s important that we protect ourselves and avoid spreading it to the people we care about.

The campaign is made up of ten different posters that will be posted across the borough and on social media. Share the messages and tag your friends.

Be the difference. Step up. Protect your mates.

Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are wearing face masks Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are standing apart with a double ended arrow between them. Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A hand is under a running tap.

Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are wearing face masks Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are standing apart with a double ended arrow between them. Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A hand is under a running tap.

Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are wearing face masks Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A girl and boy are standing apart with a double ended arrow between them. Animated image with colourful graffiti writing on a brick wall. A hand is under a running tap.

Animated image with graffiti writing and ninja kicking a coronavirus bug

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