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By: Pete McNamara, President

As part of a collaborative effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 across the state and keep New Hampshire healthy, we are joining together in a grassroots movement to encourage the use of face masks in public and work settings. 

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The initiative, #MaskUpNewHampshire, will strengthen the efforts led by the Common Man family and the Rotary Clubs of New Hampshire by helping to raise awareness around the importance of wearing masks, and how doing so along with other measures like handwashing, practicing social distancing and staying home when we are sick, can reduce the community transmission of COVID-19. 

I encourage you to help do all we can to keep our state healthy and open, we would like to encourage you to do all you can to stay safe while out in the community.

Together, we can take steps to ensure the safety of ourselves and others by practicing the following:

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Stay home if you are sick or are exhibiting symptoms

Wash your hands often and for 20+ seconds

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Wear a mask or cloth covering when in public

Avoid close contact and practice social distancing

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Disinfect frequently touched surfaces

 

If we all wear our mask regularly when out in public or at work, we can slow the spread, protect our vulnerable loved ones and keep New Hampshire healthy, safe and open. Our economy depends on it, our communities depend on it, and our families and loved ones depend on it.

We must all remain vigilant and continue taking steps to mitigate the spread of the virus to protect each other and our loved ones. There is only one way we will get through this – together.

Learn more about MaskUpNH and how you can contribute at MaskUpNH.com


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Pete McNamara, President

As the President of the Association, Pete McNamara works with the NHADA professional team to carry out the goals and objectives of the five different corporate boards that make up the Association. Pete is a CAE (Certified Association Executive), licensed attorney and has earned the IOM (Institute for Organization Management) certificate. His passion is promoting the high tech and high wage auto tech careers. Outside the NHADA HQ, Pete enjoys cycling, camping, making pizzas and hanging with his family and friends.


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