How to prevent a life-threatening illness at Willow Creek church
Willow Creek is one of the few communities in the country that does not have an outbreak of coronavirus.
But the small community is a perfect fit for one of California’s best known families, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The St. Matthews Church of Christ in Willow Creek serves as a community health center, with medical care, mental health and social service services, and an annual Christmas celebration.
The church’s mission statement says: “Our mission is to strengthen, educate, and empower our fellow citizens to make their own life choices that will have a positive impact on the quality of life in their communities.
Our commitment to service extends to our fellow members, both in the church and out.”
More on the coronavid pandemic: Health care providers and local leaders have been discussing ways to keep the community safe from the coronivirus outbreak for months.
The church recently released a new plan to protect the community, called the Community Engagement Plan, or CEPP.
It calls for a “zero-tolerance” approach to all coronaviral-related problems, including social distancing, health screenings, social distancer programs, and community engagement.
“We need to keep our neighbors safe,” said Joanne S. Barger, the church’s outreach director for community engagement and community education.
Community engagement is something the church has been working on for years, and its new plan reflects a shift in thinking that’s occurring.
“We’re not just saying, ‘Oh, we’ve got to do it,’ ” Barger said.
“We’ve been talking about the fact that if we are to have a successful response, we have to work in partnership with the community.”
The church has started making its own plan for community safety.
It’s been working with local health care providers to create a new community engagement toolkit, and it’s starting to put together the necessary materials for local officials to share.
“Our mission statement is, ‘We are all in this together,'” said Barger.
The church has already developed a training program, and is looking into ways to share information about the virus with health care workers.
This new plan calls for social distances of five feet from anyone and five feet away from anyone at all times.
The new plan also calls for regular health screenings and vaccinations.
But while the church is focusing on social distance, the other options it’s offering are for those who have contracted the virus, or those who haven’t yet become infected.
The plan says people who have not yet contracted the disease should wear masks, limit contact with other people who are at risk for illness, and use “appropriate protective measures.”
Those who are already infected can wear masks and contact their families.
Barger said the church also wants to make sure everyone is aware of their local risk factors and how to protect themselves.
There’s a lot of information that is out there, she said.
This is an important time in terms of public health, and we want to be very, very careful.
“The CDC has warned the community that the virus is spreading.
According to the agency, 1.7 million people in the United States have been infected, and the majority of those have been under the age of 18.
There are more than 1,300 confirmed cases in the U.S. and more than 3,400 deaths.