Dr Tracy Bovell Talks on Long Covid

This video was created by the Ministry of Health-Guyana and features Dr. Tracey Bovell, Doctor in Charge of the Infectious Disease Hospital talking on Long COVID.

Watch the video here.

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Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign Materials

COVID is not completely over yet, so these material draw attention to the symptoms of COVID so that people can go to the health unit to get tested in case of any symptoms and if positive, get treatment straight away if they have not passed five days.

Source: Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign materials

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Toolkit for Pregnant people and new parents

These are resources and tools from the CDC to help pregnant and recently pregnant people, breastfeeding people and new parents caring for infants protect their health and help people who serve these communities communicate with them during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source: Toolkit for Pregnant people and new parents

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    Follow Who Know Road TV Spots

    The ‘Follow Who Know Road’ television spots are one-minute videos explaining why vaccination against COVID-19 is essential.

    Sources:

    • Episode 1
    • Episode 2
      • Madam Naija learns that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women and nursing mothers.
    • Episode 3
      • Madam Naija is ill and unwilling to go to the hospital. Fifi urges her to go to the hospital and get tested for COVID-19.
    • Episode 4
      • Madam Naija finally goes to the hospital, and Aproko Doctor informs her that he needs to carry out various tests before she can be treated.
    • Episode 5
      • Madam Naija tests positive for COVID-19 and was told to stay isolated for a period. Her husband reminds her that refusal to do this affects the entire family.
    • Episode 6
      • Madam Naija is now a COVID-19 vaccine supporter and believes the vaccines would protect her and her family.
    • Episode 7
      • Madam Naija encourages people in the market to vaccinate against COVID-19, citing her experience with the disease.
    • Episode 8
      • Madam Naija and Fifi encourage Mama T’s customer to get vaccinated against COVID-19, even though he worries that the vaccine may affect his hypertension.
    • Episode 9
      • Fifi encourages a customer at Mama T’s restaurant to get his booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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      Take Your ARVs and Complete Your COVID-19 Vaccination to Stay Protected

      This poster encourages people living with HIV to take their anti-retroviral drugs and get vaccinated to stay protected. It also has variations in Hausa, Igbo, Pidgin, and Yoruba.

      Source: Take Your ARVs and Complete Your COVID-19 Vaccination to Stay Protected

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      Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19: A Client-Centred Communication Approach

      A participant’s booklet used to train facility-based healthcare workers on Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19.

      Source: Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19: A Client-Centred Communication Approach

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        If you test positive for COVID-19 speak with your provider about your eligibility for treatment options like antiviral medications.

        This is a tweet from the Maryland Department of Health explaining that if you test positive for COVID-19, then you should contact your doctor about receiving treatment options like antiviral medications.

        Source: If you test positive for COVID-19 speak with your provider about your eligibility for treatment options like antiviral medications.

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          Ghana: Health worker on the COVID-19 pandemic’s frontline

          In 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world, healthcare workers worldwide mobilized to treat patients, often putting their own safety at risk. Scholastica Gladys Dery is a nurse at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital in Ghana. With over 25 years’ experience in public health, Scholastica was on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Despite being infected by the virus during the first wave, Scholastica recovered and returned to work to continue saving lives.

          Source: Ghana: Health worker on the COVID-19 pandemic’s frontline

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