Gov. Walz Launches 'Stay Home MN' Public Service Announcements

William Bornhoft

This article originally appeared on the Apple Valley-Rosemount Patch

TWIN CITIES, MN — Gov. Tim Walz Wednesday announced a "Stay Home MN" public service announcement campaign. In the PSAs the governor tells Minnesotans to help flatten the curve of infection by staying home, describes the efforts the state is taking to protect Minnesotans, and directs them to the Minnesota Department of Health Website for more information.

"We’re in an unprecedented situation in our fight against COVID-19," Walz explains in one of the PSA.

"The State of Minnesota and our private partners are doing everything we can to keep you safe, but we need your help. Minnesotans, stay home. Let’s flatten the curve and make sure we keep our family, our friends and our neighbors safe."

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The public service announcements will air on TV and radio statewide.

In addition to the three Stay at Home MN spots there is also a spot encouraging Minnesotans to fight Covid-19 using Facts Not Fear by tuning into their local news.

You can find the spots below:

Also read: Coronavirus Stay At Home Order: What's Open, Closed In Minnesota