The urge to engage in social activity with others is natural. But don’t let your social appetite put you at risk of contracting a socially transmitted disease like COVID-19. The Getting It On video series can help protect you–and your social partners–by showing you how to practice safer socializing. And whatever your reason for being socially active, get behind the mask.

Getting it on:
The Video Series

Watch and share what you learn so you don’t share COVID-19.



Consent to Gather

Limit Social Partners

Social Partners

When it comes to social activity, there can be safety in numbers. Smaller numbers, that is. Go for quality over quantity by keeping your number of social partners to a minimum, especially indoors.

Put A Mask On It

Put A Mask
On It

We get it. Social experiences aren’t as fun when you’re covered up, but a mask is the easiest and most effective way to protect yourself and your social partners from a socially transmitted disease like COVID-19. Just make sure it covers your nose and mouth.

Respect Personal Space

Personal Space

Do your best to maintain proper social distancing of 6 feet. Sure, things naturally ebb and flow when engaged in social activites, but when you notice things getting a little close for comfort, reestablish your personal boundary.

Keep Things Clean People

Keep Things
Clean People

Whenever you’re socializing, make sure you have hand sanitizer on, well, hand. Reapplyperiodically. The more often, the better. And when you wind up back at your place, wash your hands well with soap and water.

Protect Your Social Partners

Protect Your
Social Partners

Before you socialize, make sure everyone downloads the SlowCOVIDNC app. It can let you know if you’ve been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Learn more or download it now wherever you get your apps.

Safer Social Media Graphics

Download these social media graphic packs to help others practice safer socializing.

Posters and Digital Ads

Download these digital display ad packs and posters to drive traffic to the Getting It On videos.