banner

Home \  Latest Notice \ World Health Organisation Key Messages

World Health Organisation Key Messages

Source:互满爱人与人Date:2020-05-25 10:28:34Click:148

Communicating transmission


#COVID19 spreads from person to person. Protect yourself and others by making these 6 simple precautions your new habits: [Insert applying WHO Infographic shared with you]

 

18.jpg

Know the facts: COVID-19 spreads primarily from person to person. This can be via droplets released when people sick with the new #coronavirus cough or sneeze. It can also spread when you’re in close contact with someone who’s sick – e.g. when you hug or shake hands. #COVID19

 16.jpg

21.jpg

22.jpg

COVID-19 spreads primarily through close contact with someone who is infected, but it can also spread if you touch contaminated objects and surfaces.   You can protect yourself: clean your hands and your surroundings frequently! #COVID19 

 

Recognize and respond to COVID-19


Do you have symptoms of coronavirus? Not sure what to do? Always follow your national health authority’s advice. #COVID19

 

Symptoms of COVID-19 can vary, but mild cases often experience fever, cough, and fatigue. Moderate cases may have difficulty breathing or mild pneumonia. While severe cases may have severe pneumonia, other organ failure & possible death. #COVID19

 

How can you recognize the symptoms of COVID-19? Anyone experiencing difficulty breathing should seek immediate medical attention. #COVID19

15.jpg

 

Communicating: Protect Vulnerable & High Risk Groups

 

COVID-19 is often more severe in people who are older than 60 years or who have health conditions like lung or heart disease, diabetes or conditions that affect their immune system. #COVID19

 11.jpg

If you’re at high risk, know what to do, and take the right actions now to protect yourself. If you’re not at high risk, do your part to prevent the spread of #coronavirus to those who are. #COVID19

 12.jpg

13.jpg

14.jpg

#COVID19 is often more severe in people 60+yrs or with health conditions like lung or heart disease, diabetes or conditions that affect their immune system. Do your part to protect those who are at most risk.

 01.jpg

 

Physical distancing

 

Physical distancing helps limit the spread of #COVID19 – this means we keep a distance of at least 1m from each other and avoid spending time in crowded places or in groups. Protect yourself and others. Break the chain of transmission.

Staying at home as much as possible is the right thing to do now. Limiting gatherings with people outside your household – like group activities and religious events – can reduce the spread of #COVID19.

Protect yourself and others. Do your part. #StayHome

 

If you’ve been asked to self-isolate or self-quarantine, there is a good reason for this. No one wants to be responsible for making other people sick. Protect yourself and others. Do your part. Break the chain of #COVID19 transmission. #StayHome

03.jpg


Addressing social stigma and discrimination

 

People who are sick with #coronavirus have done nothing wrong, so let’s not treat them differently.   

We are stronger together in the fight against coronavirus. #COVID19

#SolidarityNotStigma

04.jpg

05.jpg

06.jpg

Contracting #COVID19 doesn’t mean someone has less value than anyone else.

Let’s be kind to each other and help stop the spread of #coronavirus by following our national health advice.

#SolidarityNotStigma


Share: