Dr. Bahby Banks NAH Tired of Pandemic Pi



tired of this 

pandemic, too.

You've probably heard the names:




"The 'Rona".​



While there is much we don't know about the coronavirus (COVID-19),

there is ONE thing we do know:

We don't want you to have it.

Not A Host is a digital and print campaign created to educate, empower and uplift the most marginalized communities in our country.  COVID-19 has shone a light on the systems created centuries ago that have led to deeply-rooted inequities that persist in Black and brown communities.  

To this day.

Why is COVID-19 impacting Black and Brown communities more than others?

Drop In and Stay Awhile!

There’s a lot of info out here about the coronavirus.




How do you make the best decision for yourself and your loved ones?


The Not A Host team is trying to make it a bit easier.


Join us for Drop-In Hours with Dr. B—a virtual space where we’re bringing the experts to YOU.




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What do we mean "host"? 

So, I can be a host and spread the virus

 with or without symptoms?


This is what scientists and doctors have learned (and are still learning) about the virus.

Some people with COVID-19 can have NO symptoms.
Some people with COVID-19 can have the WORST of symptoms.

In both cases, they can spread the virus to others.

This is why everyone needs to practice the 3Ws.
It's almost impossible to know who has the virus and who does not.
(Until they get a test, of course!)

Protect yourself.

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Wear a mask. 

Distance yourself six feet  away from other people.

Wash your hands.

So, what CAN we actually do?

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We know that everyone's situation is not the same. Some people have internet access and some do not. 

Some people live with a house full of family members.
Some live alone. 

Whatever your situation, our team will be providing ideas for you to #keepitright during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check them out below!