This poster explains whether or not parents should request a COVID-19 test for their newborn baby if the baby has a fever and cold.
This video explains how much a COVID-19 test costs.
This video explains if it is necessary to have a negative COVID-19 test result once infected to prove that you have recovered from the virus.
This infographic explains why getting tested for COVID-19 will help you in getting proper treatment if the test result is positive.
This infographic encourages the public to get tested for COVID-19.
Source: Don’t hesitate, get tested
This video encourages the public to get tested for COVID-19 if they start experiencing symptoms. On some occasions, someone who is sick is not infected with the common cold rather than COVID-19. Nevertheless, getting tested is the only way to know for sure.
This video asks the public to get tested for COVID-19 when exposed to someone who tests positive.
Source: Request to test for COVID-19
This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains what to do after taking a COVID-19 PCR test. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.
Source: What to do after a PCR test
This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains that you should get tested for COVID-19 if you start feeling symptoms. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.
Source: Test yourself for COVID-19
The COVID-19 Testing Communications Toolkit is a free, public resource for anyone looking to communicate the importance of COVID-19 testing to communities. It is designed for use in the US, but can be used for communities in other parts of the world as well.
The toolkit includes evidence-based tutorials, handouts, and image library to help in translating public health goals into motivating, clear messages that educate the public about why, when, and where to get tested, even if they feel healthy.
This website is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Breakthrough ACTION Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-17-00017. Breakthrough ACTION is based at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP).The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of Breakthrough ACTION and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the United States Government, or Johns Hopkins University.