#WHLMaskUp with T-Birds goalie Thomas Milic

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Goaltenders across the WHL know the importance of wearing a mask for safety, and they want to make sure you do, too. According to the Government of Canada, strong public health actions are needed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Well-designed and well-fitting masks or face coverings can prevent the spread of your infectious respiratory droplets. They may also help protect you from the infectious respiratory droplets of others.

Wear a mask to protect others and yourself. Let’s work together to flatten the curve so we can all get back to doing what we love.

WIN with #WHLMaskUp

The WHL is giving away three digital copies of NHL21 as a part of our #WHLMaskUp campaign! Follow @TheWHL on Twitter & retweet any #WHLMaskUp video shared by @TheWHL for a chance to win! Draws will be conducted at the conclusion of each month, from February through April 2021.


Government of Canada: About non-medical masks & face coverings
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Use Masks to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

BC Centre for Disease Control: Information on Masks
Government of Alberta: Information on Masks & Requirements
Government of Saskatchewan: Guidance on Cloth & Non-medical Masks
Shared Health Manitoba: How to safely use a non-medical mask or face covering
Oregon Health Authority: Oregon Mask Requirements
Washington State Department of Health: Cloth Face Coverings


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