Wear A Mask Campaign

August 2020


We are encouraging people across the country to get vaccinated and continue to practice safe measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.


This campaign aims to offer resources on proper mask-wearing and care practices in addition to advice from health leaders to better equip our nation with the information they need to keep themselves, their family, and their communities safe.

New Guidance If you are fully vaccinated, masks are still needed in hospitals and other health care settings, as well as in some areas experiencing outbreaks.  See the CDC's latest guidance for activities.


For All the Things You Love, Wear a Mask


AHA members may download and add their own branding for use in local markets by emailing us here.


Keep Your Community Safe,
Wear A Mask


Spotlight Resources


Sample Social Media Messages

General Messages

  • We all want to get back to the things we love to do. Help us get there by following CDC guidelines, wearing a mask and getting a #COVID19 vaccine. www.aha.org/vaccine #WearAMask
  • We’re all in this together. #WearAMask, cover coughs and sneezes, maintain social distance, wash your hands and consider getting a #COVID19 vaccine when it’s available to you. www.aha.org/vaccine

Download the Message Packet for more sample social messaging


What are other quick ways to get involved?

Join us every week for #FacemaskFriday - share a pic of you in your mask! Don't forget to tag AHA and use #WearAMask

Follow AHA on Facebook and Twitter and engage with us online. We welcome and encourage your interaction with us. Use the hashtag #WearAMask in your social posts

Use the documents in the digital toolkit to help spread the word about the importance of mask wearing!


Other Resources


100 Million Masks Challenge Website

Help protect the health care workers protecting us all.

Join the 100 Million Mask Challenge

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Thank Our Healthcare Workers


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