When the Caroline County Health Department needed to organize a Coronavirus testing station, they reached out to Mid-Shore Graphics owner Jason Warfield to quickly design and produce a signage system to direct county residents through the process.
Warfield was able to meet their needs thanks to a decision he made in early March to stock up on materials and supplies if inventory was depleted or difficult to obtain with the pandemic. As a result, he had enough product on hand to print 35 exterior signs in three languages (English, Haitian, Spanish) as well as palm cards.
“Caroline County has been extremely progressive and proactive with COVID-19 testing,” said Warfield. “We worked in partnership with their communications and health officials to organize and create a color-coded system to route people to the appropriate testing station based on responses to key questions.”
Mid-Shore Graphics is also producing face masks and shields for their customers and hopes to make them available to the general public this month. Stay tuned for more details, follow them on Facebook.