Want to practice self-care during COVID-19 in a fun way? Join the COVID Bingo Wellness Challenge!

With the COVID Bingo Wellness Challenge,  you can learn how to be safe, take care of your mental health and work on your well-being as we do our part to reduce COVID-19 cases in our community and finish the semester strong.

Plus you can earn prizes and co-curricular credits for participating!

How to Play

Download your COVID Bingo Card (PDF)!

This bingo card that will be used throughout the 4 Week COVID Bingo Wellness Challenge.

Each square is comprised of an activity that will benefit your mental and emotional health or is a COVID-safe activity.

These are activities that you can complete at home, or safely in the community. Some activities are taken from Resiliency Skills Training (PDF) by Jessica Gifford, which is an evidence-based wellness workbook for college students.

Letters C-O-V-I-D formed by covered bingo squares

Make a COVID Block-Out Bingo

For each letter of COVID that you complete, you will get one entry into the drawing. If you complete all 5 letters of C-O-V-I-D (COVID block-out), you will get 10 entries into the drawing.

The first person to complete all 5 COVID block-out will win the grand prize.

Avoid the Activities in Shaded Squares

However, there is a catch. There are 4 squares on the board that are not COVID-friendly activities.

These are activities that you should avoid throughout the 4-week challenge.

If you completes a square that is not a COVID-friendly activity, then you need to cross out another square that would prevent you from getting another letter of COVID on the bingo card.

Four shaded squares in a bingo card

How to Enter for a Prize

Please submit your completed bingo cards to wp4prevention@winona.edu.

  • 1 Letter Complete = 1 Entry for Drawing
  • COVID Block-Out (all letters complete) = 10 Entries for Drawing
  • First to Get COVID Block-Out = Grand Prize

Post your progress of the bingo card on social media using the hashtags:

  • #GotHealth
  • #GotHappy

Stay updated on the weekly standings by following WELLWarriorGHGH Facebook page. Each letter of COVID you complete, the more opportunities you have for prizes!

For more information or further instructions or materials please email wp4prevention@winona.edu.

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Amy Nelson

Amy Nelson graduated in 2020 with a degree in Art: I-Design. As a student, she worked with the University Marketing & Communications team as a writer and photographer. She was hired after graduation to support public health communications during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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