This cartoon from India shows the novel coronavirus as a villain trying to get into people’s bodies. However, those that are wearing masks, practice social distancing and proper hand hygiene are protected from the villain.
This short wordless COVID-19 prevention animation was created for Stanford Medicine by Maya Adam MD. It is available for reposting and open access use. The video is currently being used by WHO Southeast Asia Regional Offices, the US Air Force, Canada’s National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health (NCCEH), the Paraguay Government Director General of Education and Communication, Seisa University, Dept. of Sociology and Public Health, Japan, the Organizing Committee of Social Action, Centrum Art-Plus Foundation, Cracow, Poland, the Vice Presidency of Education, The Oswaldo Cruz Foundation of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jesuit Worldwide Learning, Geneva, Switzerland and the Medical Faculty, Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia.
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