This infographic asks the public to also think about others in the pandemic.
This infographic asks the public to stay at home as much as possible in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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This poster explains that COVID-19 can spread very easily in crowded areas, thus becoming super-spreader events.
This infographic explains why we should practice health safety measures against COVID-19.
This infographic asks the public to remain at home even as the lockdown is eased.
This video asks people to follow public health protocols at religious activities in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, states that health care workers need help from the public to stay home so they can help those who are severely ill with COVID-19. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.
This dashboard is a visualization of a study of global vaccine acceptance and is a collaboration among Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Facebook Data for Good, MIT, WHO and Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network.
This dashboard is a visualization of a study of knowledge, attitudes and practices around COVID-19 and is a collaboration among Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Facebook Data for Good, MIT, WHO and Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network.
The Breakthrough ACTION Guatemala COVID-19 Prevention Campaign developed a set of four Instagram Stories to raise awareness that COVID-19 threat continues in Guatemala.
The stories remind the public that it is the responsibility of the entire family to perform key prevention behaviors (wash your hands, maintain physical distancing, and wear a mask) at critical moments of elevated risk when they visit family members, go to work, or go do daily errands.
The slogan of the campaign is “Si Toca Salir, Toca Cuidarse”. Each of the stories was contextualized for specific locations: Guatemala, Nebaj, Sacatepequez, Solola, and Totonicapan.
This suite of stories strongly emphasized that prevention of COVID-19 is the responsibility of the entire family.
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