With Halloween and Día de los Muertos quickly approaching, it’s important to stay safe. Take a look at the State’s Halloween and Día de los Muertos guidance on how to celebrate while taking precautions for COVID-19.
A note to Parents and Caregivers as Yolo County COVID-19 cases rise:
To stay safe at this time, we all need to limit our exposures outside of our household, and this means wearing facial coverings and keeping physical distance of 6 feet or more, even if we are with extended family or good friends and neighbors.
If you are exposed to someone outside of your household, they can bring Coronavirus to you, and then you could infect everyone in your household and others in the community.
The pandemic is not yet over. Please continue to wear masks or face coverings, stay 6 ft. or more away from people who do not live with you, wash your hands frequently, maintain good hygiene, and avoid gathering in groups, especially indoors and even among family and friends.
Need masks? First 5 Yolo can help. Please contact us at 530-669-2475 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What you Need to know about COVID-19
First 5-funded services will continue, though in alternative ways compliant with the orders. For more information, please contact your program provider or First 5 Yolo at email@example.com.
Check out these Zoom tutorials and other learning resources from Family Hui
Video 1: Getting Started with Zoom
Video 2.: Zoom Mobile App Features
Video 3: Best Practices and Tips
First 5 Yolo would like to thank the following agencies and individuals for their generosity to help us provide support to Yolo County children and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local Childcare Planning Council
First 5 California
Travis Credit Union
Komodo Fire Systems