COVID-19 Posters and Infographics
Are you looking for good information about COVID-19 in an easy to understand format? The images and concise text of a poster or infographic can convey a clear message.
Fraser Health has produced a series COVID-19 posters for the general public (sample above). They are free to download, and are available in Farsi, Hindi, Korean, Punjabi and Simplified Chinese as well as English. The topics include:
- How to practice physical distancing
- What is self isolation?
- What you need to know about COVID-19 testing
- 7 Tips for talking to kids about COVID-19
- How to be a germ fighter
- Myth busters
- Wash your hands like…
- Using the ER wisely during COVID-19
There is also an extensive collection of infographics from the World Health Organization.
There is accompanying text to complete the message. The infographics cover communicating about:
- Protecting vulnerable and high risk groups
- Low risk isn’t no risk
- Myth busters
These eye-catching posters can help you share some basic information.
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