Youth Leaders Mosque Materials

This is a set of materials developed to provide Mosques with information and materials around COVID-19 prevention. Includes a short book, video, flyer, poster, and banner.

Source: Youth Leaders Mosque Materials

    BIDA Solusyon sa COVID-19 Campaign Materials

    The Philippine Department of Health, with support from USAID’s Breakthrough ACTION project, developed a social and behavior change campaign focused on COVID-19 preventive behaviors.

    The campaign encourages people to #BIDASolusyon (Be The Solution) by following 4 BIDA behaviors:

    • B – Bawal walang mask (Don’t go out without a mask)
    • – I-sanitize ang mga kamay, iwas hawak sa mga bagay (Sanitize your hand, avoid touching things)
    • D – Dumistansya ng isang metro (Keep your distance of 1 meter)
    • A – Alamin ang totoong impormasyon (Know the right information)

    It is a multimedia campaign to maximize reach and enable behavior.

    Source: BIDA Solusyon sa COVID-19 Campaign Materials

      Sierra Leone COVID-19 Big Idea of the Week Campaign

      The Big Idea of the Week delves deeper into a specific COVID-related topic. Each week, Big Idea tackles a specific area of COVID-19 and provides important information, guidelines, and messages for the public.

      Breakthrough ACTION, led by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), in partnership with the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) National COVID-19 Emergency Response Center (NACOVERC), creates these messages. They are disseminated on the Ministry website and via the Ministry of Information and Communication’s Facebook page.

      Source: Sierra Leone COVID-19 Big Idea of the Week Campaign

        Why two doses of COVID-19 vaccine

        Easy to understand/simplified social media infographic developed by Center for Communication and Change – India on why we need two doses for some of the COVID-19 vaccines.

        Source: Why two doses of COVID-19 vaccine

        Immune response in the body after COVID-19 vaccination

        Simplified social media infographic developed by Center for Communication and Change – India on how the immune response develop in the body after getting two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.

        Source: Immune response in the body after COVID-19 vaccination

        COVID-19 Pandemic: How to Shop Safely in the Marketplace

        The arrival of the Coronavirus changed many parts of community life. Your market may even have closed. As a market vendor, you need to stay healthy so the market can remain open so you can sell your goods and your community can access food and products. By following the actions in this video, you can help the market stay open and be an example to your customers on how to stay safe during this pandemic.

        Sources:

        • Scientific Animations Without Borders
        • contact@sawbo-animations.org

        WHO’s Science in 5 on COVID-19: Vaccines, Variants and Doses

        This video answers many questions posed to WHO experts about the COVID-19 vaccine.

        These include:

        1. If I’ve had COVID, do I still need a vaccine?
        2. Does the vaccine protect me against the new variants?
        3. If I’ve been vaccinated, do I need to wear a mask?

        Source: WHO’s Science in 5 on COVID-19: Vaccines, Variants and Doses

          Vaccines Explained

          WHO’s ‘Vaccine Explained’ series features illustrated articles on vaccine development and distribution. Learn more about vaccines from the earliest of research stages to their rollout in countries.

          Source: Vaccines Explained

            The CDC Says Tight-Fit Masks or Double Masking Increases Protection

            New research by the agency shows that transmission of the virus can be reduced by up to 96.5 percent if both an infected individual and an uninfected individual wear tightly fitted surgical masks or a cloth-and-surgical-mask combination.

            One option for reducing transmission is to wear a cloth mask over a surgical mask, the agency said. The alternative is to fit the surgical mask more tightly on the face by “knotting and tucking” — that is, knotting the two strands of the ear loops together where they attach to the edge of the mask, then folding and flattening the extra fabric at the mask’s edge and tucking it in for a tighter seal.

            Other effective options that improve the fit include using a mask-fitter — a frame contoured to the face — over a mask, or wearing a sleeve of sheer nylon hosiery material around the neck and pulled up over a cloth or surgical mask, the C.D.C. said.

            Source: The CDC Says Tight-Fit Masks or Double Masking Increases Protection

              Fake Covid Videos ‘Will Cost Lives’

              The Royal College of Physicians is urging people not to share and “copycat” “dangerous” videos claiming steam inhalation can prevent Covid-19. The BBC has found that alternative coronavirus treatments are being sent on chat apps like WhatsApp, as well as being widely available on social media.

              BBC reporter Sima Kotecha has tracked the origins of one of these false videos to the state of Gujarat in India.

              Source: Fake Covid Videos ‘Will Cost Lives’