WHA Launches New COVID-19 Smart Behaviors PSA

July 30, 2020

Continuing with efforts to help educate the public on behaviors that can help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, WHA launched a new digital public service announcement (PSA) on its social media platforms July 27. The animated and closed-captioned video highlights three areas where public behavior can make a difference: wearing a mask when appropriate, washing hands regularly and maintaining smart social distancing.
You can view the PSA here. All members are encouraged to further spread the message by sharing from WHA’s Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.
“The public embracing these three behaviors can make a difference in how COVID-19 spreads in Wisconsin,” WHA President and CEO Eric Borgerding said. “We’re pleased that WHA has been able to play a key role in encouraging the public to be proactive as a way to not only protect everyone’s health, but also to help our state’s economy get through the pandemic.”
The animated PSA is the fifth in a series that WHA has produced and promoted since COVID-19 began to affect the United States. Other spots include a television PSA currently airing statewide through August 2, and another statewide spot featuring former Governor and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson.

This story originally appeared in the July 30, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter