R E S P O N S I B L Y ! ! !
RAISING AWARENESS OF RESPONSIBLE
PARTYING BEHAVIOR AMONG UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE STUDENTS
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September 19, 2021
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if you are going to party,
First, click here to see what restrictions are in place in your province or region.
Then, just follow these simple "do's and don'ts".
DO: TAKE IT OUTSIDE
It's really simple. Outside good, inside bad.
If you are going to party, it still makes the most sense to do it outside. With the recent Delta variant surge, partying outside is safer than inside.
Partying outside and maintaining 2 metre distancing means you don't need to wear a mask (but bring one for when you can't maintain 2 metre distancing).
DO: KEEP IT SMALL
Also, really simple. Small gatherings good, big gatherings bad.
If you do only one other thing this fall, this is it. Don't plan, or attend a gathering with more people than the gathering limit in your province or region allows.
More people means more risk.
DON'T: FORGET THE BASICS
Again, really simple. Doing these things good, not doing bad.
Not feeling well? Stay home. Obvious but worth repeating.
Even when gathering outside, if you can't maintain 2 metre distancing, wear a mask.
Sharing anything risks sharing COVID-19. Sharing bad, not sharing good.
By anything, we mean anything. Don't share food, drinks, cigarettes, tokes, vapes, snacks, anything.
Launched in May 2020 by 22 year old Lauren Holmes, partyresponsibly.ca was the first (and to this day is the only) national platform dedicated to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by raising awareness of responsible social gathering/partying behavior among young adults 19+ while social gathering restrictions are in place.
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