Wednesday, July 8 is New York City’s Get Tested Day of Action. We’re trying to get the word out FREE COVID-19 testing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Getting tested is safe, confidential and free. All New Yorkers should get tested, even if they do not have symptoms, to help protect our loved ones. Until we have a vaccine, making sure everyone gets tested and safely separates if they test positive is the best way to protect others and help reopen our economy.
The Test & Trace Corps helps all New Yorkers receive FREE testing for COVID-19 and makes sure that anyone with the virus receives care, and can safely separate to prevent the spread. The Corps has activated a special group of Contact Tracers to help provide New Yorkers with the resources they need to safely separate and stay healthy.
Our daytime 2A and 3A students learned about nutrition from Ryan Health NENA last week: What are good foods, natural vs. processed? What kind of fats are good and bad? How much sodium and sugar should we eat per day? What foods have fiber in them? Do you know how to read nutrition facts labels? Let’s stay healthy by checking the labels and choosing healthy foods!