Get ready for the amazing Solar Eclipse event happening on Monday, April 8!

To help patients and staff experience the total Solar Eclipse, all Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc.
locations will be closed from 2 to 5 p.m. on April 8.

Here’s some important info to know about a Solar Eclipse:

🌞🌚✨ A Solar Eclipse happens when the moon moves between the sun and Earth, blocking sunlight. Totality happens when the sun is entirely covered, creating a temporary darkness.
In Buffalo and Niagara Falls, a partial eclipse starts at 2:05 p.m. with totality at 3:18 p.m., lasting approximately 3 minutes and 46 seconds.

🕶️ SAFETY FIRST: Get your ISO-certified glasses for safe viewing before and after totality. They are available at local stores, libraries, and other community spots. During the eclipse, common sunglasses are not safe for looking directly at the sun.

🌟 Stay informed: Per Buffalo City Hall, text ECLIPSE to 38276 for updates.

🌒 For more info and safety tips, visit: buffaloeclipse.org and niagarafallsusa.com/2024-solar-eclipse

📱 With the possibility of cellular networks becoming overloaded, it’s important to have your cell phone charged.

🚗 If traveling, give yourself extra time because of the anticipation of increased traffic.

🐾 Keep your pets indoors and avoid exposing them to the sun.

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