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Group spreading mask awareness at local businesses

 

Last updated 12/15/2020 at 12:31pm

Havre Daily News/Kimberly Bolta

Bearly Square Quilting employee Taylor Donaldson, left, and Susan Somers hang a sign reading "Mask up Havre" on the door to the quilting shop Monday morning. Somers has been hanging the signs in local businesses for the past few days to try to encourage Havre patrons to stop the spread of COVID-19 and instead spread Christmas cheer.

A group of local residents is trying to raise awareness of the need to mask up during the holidays - and after.

Will Rawn, Susan Somers and Marilee Russell are making an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 by hanging signs around town encouraging citizens to wear protective face masks.

The posters created by the group were designed to encourage those who "defiantly refuse to wear masks," Rawn said, which is still prevalent in the community.

The medical community has said people wearing masks reduces the transmission of the virus that spreads the disease by reducing the amount of moi...



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