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Good morning, Evanston! Stay home.

But if you need to go out for a breath of air or a grocery run, be like Mike Murray and Leticia Barge (sunglasses optional -- but oh, so stylish!).

Important new info from the CDC:

-- We should all wear a cloth mask to cover our mouths and noses when we have to go out in public, for example to the grocery store or to pick up other necessities.

-- Even if you don't feel sick, you CAN spread COVID-19.

-- Cloth masks protect other people in case you are infected.

-- Cloth masks do NOT mean you should stop keeping 6-feet from others. We all need to keep physically distancing from others!

-- When you're wearing a mask, DON'T remove it to talk to a cashier, don't undo it and let it hang from one ear, don't treat it casually. KEEP IT ON until you get back home.

-- You can make a cloth mask from household items such as a t-shirt, a scarf, a bandana, or a dish-towel (and two rubber bands). For more information about cloth masks and an easy demonstration of how to do this, click here.

REMEMBER: The MOST important thing we can all do for ourselves, for our friends and neighbors, and for our healthcare workers, is to stay home.

Show us your masks in the comments below ...

Need a mask? A number of Evanston residents are making them. Check the Evanston area COVID-19 community support Facebook group!

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