COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
There are some common misconceptions about sunscreen. Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge.
True or false — Sunscreen isn’t waterproof or sweatproof.
True, when swimming or sweating be sure to reapply sunscreen approximately every two hours or according to package directions.
True or false — Infants shouldn’t wear sunscreen.
True, your infant’s skin is sensitive and should be shielded from the sun with a shade or stay out of it entirely.
Multiple choice - What is the minimum sun protection factor (SPF) your sunscreen should have, SPF 5, SPF 30, SPF 40 or SPF 50?
SPF 30, blocks 97% of rays
True or false — People with darker complexions do not need to wear sunscreen.
False, even if you don’t develop a sunburn, skin can be damaged over time from the sun.
True or false – Sunscreen is the only sun protection needed.
False, seek shade when possible, wear sun-safe clothing, a wide-brimmed hat and 100% UV-blocking sunglasses.