BUFFALO GROVESenator Adriane Johnson (D-Buffalo Grove) is encouraging people to help the community stop the spread of the virus by becoming a COVID-19 Prevention Ambassador.


Even though restrictions have loosened and vaccine distribution has begun, we cant stop wearing a mask, social distancing and getting tested,Johnson said. You can now help your community help itself by being a COVID-19 Prevention Ambassador.

With just an hour or two time commitment per month, people can use their voice to influence others to stop the spread. As an ambassador, people will share information among their friends, family, peers, and neighbors on prevention measures, testing resources and other relevant information.

Ambassadors will spend just one to two hours a month contributing to solutions to end COVID-19 in their communities. They will participate in virtual meetings, promote prevention measures and organize virtual outreach activities. 

The only way to stop COVID-19 is by working together for the common cause, holding our loved ones accountable, and getting vaccinated,Johnson said. Together, we can reach the end of this ongoing health crisis.” 

Any Illinoisan can join the program which was spearheaded by the Illinois Department of Public Health. To learn more and sign up to become an ambassador, people can click here

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