Stay home this Easter weekend.
That’s the message from public health officials across the region, as some get ready to find a way to celebrate.
“Keep your family, your friends, your neighbors safe and just wait,” Ontario County Public Health Director Mary Beer said. “There will be at time to celebrate. This Easter represents a time of a lot of sorrow, but then a great joy. We will have time to be joyous eventually, just not now. Stay home.”
Families around the region are looking for some form of normalcy, so public health officials are also encouraging to meet digitally.
By using a platform like Zoom or Skype – families can get together and communicate.