These videos were produced to show young people the importance of physical distancing, elbow coughing, and handwashing.
Il s’agit d’entretiens de sensibilisation sur divers aspects de COVID-19.
These spots discuss general information on coronavirus prevention measures.
Source: COVID-19 Radio Spots
These are interactive voice response audio files and scripts about COVID-19 dealing with handwashing, the use of masks, and physical distancing.
This poster is designed to reach young adults with a message about the importance of wearing masks to prevent COVID-19.
The poster lists reasons why masks are important.
Source: I Wear My Mask in Public
During the ‘unlock phase’, it is important to wear a mask when outdoors. This infographic developed by Center for Communication and Change-India visually explains the importance of wearing a mask and how it can reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection/transmission. These infographics are available in English and other Indian languages.
- Angshuman Kashyap
- Risk English
This blog was designed as a comic strip, and explains how to detect misinformation about COVID-19.
A BBC team tracking coronavirus misinformation has found links to assaults, arsons and deaths. And experts say the potential for indirect harm caused by rumours, conspiracy theories and bad health information could be much bigger.
Physical distancing, masks and hand washing are here to stay. Since the emergence of COVID-19, the need for clear communication of dos and don’ts for audiences who live and work in low resource and crowded contexts has become more important than ever.
Nalamdana’s short films developed in an entertainment education format use humor and plain language to share key tips with low literacy audiences on preventing the transmission of COVID-19. Preemptively addressing barriers and dispelling common myths where possible, the videos are intended for sharing on digital and social media. Also under development are audio scripts to mirror the films. These are intended for community radio broadcast and sharing through social media.
This one talks about when things start to open up and people venture out again…
This article lists nine tips for staying calm and informed when hearing information about coronavirus.
The nine tips are:
- Does the story play on your emotions or present facts using neutral language?
- Is it too good to be true?
- What is the date of the story?
- Who is the author?
- Does the information come from a credible source?
- Does the story use or abuse data?
- Does it show causation or correlation?
- Does the story talk about cost and availability?
- Of mice or men?
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