Communications and Social Norms of Mask Behavior During Wildfires and COVID-19
This article looks into the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential for co-occurring wildfires and the health risks that they pose. While there are behaviors that can be implemented to reduce the negative impacts, government agencies and public health researchers must prepare for overlapping occurrence of wildfire season and COVID-19. This resource includes:
- Suggested mask behavior
- Conceptual model of mask behavior
Recommended for U.S. state, tribal, local, and territorial agencies and public health researchers to create comprehensive and accessible communications.