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A new campaign called ‘Living Safely for Us All” has been launched in Scotland to emphasise the need for everyone to keep on living safely by sticking to the Covid safety behaviours. One of the main posters featured in the campaign urges members of the public to adhere to Covid safety measures in order to keep supporting local shops.

The poster reads:

“Every door or window opened at home… helps us keep supporting local shops.

Letting fresh air in – before, during and after visitors – helps to reduce the spread, so life can keep going for us all.”

The campaign will run initially on TV, radio, cinema, digital and social channels for the next four weeks throughout Scotland.

Other key messages from the campaign include:

  • Outdoor socialising where possible
  • Cleaning hands
  • Wearing face coverings
  • Self-isolating if symptoms, a positive lateral flow test result or have been asked to by NHS
  • Booking a PCR test if symptomatic
  • Taking twice weekly lateral flow tests
  • Getting the COVID-19 vaccine booster when invited
  • Work from home if you can

The ‘Living Safely for Us All’ TV ad can be viewed here.

A3 and A4 versions of the poster can be downloaded by clicking on the respective links.

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