Infographics and Resources
Updated August 4, 2021
In a time of information overload, it is difficult to discern between misinformation, disinformation and credible reliable information. Here, Project SANCHAR and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – India Research Center aim to provide partners, affiliates, and citizens with shareable easy-to-understand infographics on COVID-19 prevention and mitigation, on home-based care, and maintaining physical and emotional wellbeing. These infographics allow users to access and disseminate “evidence-based” accurate information.
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अब हिंदी में “भारत के लिए कोविड-19 के साधन: समाधान का हिस्सा बनिए” – एक संवाद कार्यान्वयन गाइड – प्रोजेक्ट संचार और हार्वर्ड टी.एच. चैन स्कूल ऑफ पब्लिक हेल्थ – इंडिया रिसर्च सेंटर के द्वारा
(हिंदी में पीडीएफ के लिए क्लिक करें)
developed by Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health- India Research Center and Project SANCHAR (Go To PDF)
You can download the following infographics by right-clicking on them and selecting “Save Image As” option. Feel free to use and share on social media, WhatsApp and in-person. #COVIDFreeIndia
Section 1: COVID-19 Prevention and Control
Avoid the 3C’s to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure.
Practice these simple tips to remain healthy and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Be SMART and protect yourself and others around you.
Masks trap the small air particles that might contain the COVID-19 virus. Protect yourself and others by wearing your mask(s) and encouraging your friends and family to do the same!
Understand how masks should fit for best protection. Protect yourself and others by wearing your mask(s) and encouraging your friends and family to do the same!
Masks work best to protect you and others when everyone wears them. Protect yourself and others by wearing your mask(s) and encouraging your friends and family to do the same!
Section 2: Home-Based Management
Click to Play Use these tips to keep yourself and your family safe if someone in your household is sick with COVID-19
Click to Play If you think you have COVID-19, follow these simple safety tips to stop the spread and keep others safe.
Section 3: Vaccines and Vaccinations
It is common for individuals to experience side effects after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine
Why do we need two doses of COVID-19 vaccine?
Click to Play Make sure you stay safe by following these tips while getting your COVID-19 vaccine
Vaccines go through a thorough development process to ensure safety
All approved vaccines are safe and help protect you from COVID-19
All vaccines are safe and help protect you from COVID-19. Vaccines use different mechanisms to keep you safe
All approved COVID-19 vaccines are effective against COVID-19 and help prevent infection, severe illness & death
Section 4: Mental Health and Wellbeing
Click to Play Tips for managing mental health during COVID-19 isolation
Click to Play Tips to support children during COVID-19
How to talk to your child about COVID-19
How to manage a child’s COVID-19 media exposure
Social Well-Being Tips
Mental Well-Being Tips
Physical Well-Being Tips
Section 5: Ventilation and Healthy Buildings
Filters can remove substantial amounts of particles from the air and reduce exposure to airborne COVID-19. You can make one for your room and protect yourself and your household members.
Reduce your indoor exposure to COVID-19. Learn how to make a portable do-it-yourself prism air cleaner with a circular fan to remove contaminants such as viruses from the air.
Section 6: Guides for Women and Children
Make sure you stay safe by following these tips while getting your COVID-19 vaccine.
Breastfeeding your child is important. Learn how to safely breastfeed your child even when you have COVID-19.
Importance of continued breastfeeding for COVID-19 positive mothers
Tips in case a baby is too sick to be breastfed
This material was curated by Viswanath Lab of Harvard Chan School of Public Health and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) with the help of the Health Communication Core of Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) and the Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health- India Research Center. These are not the official views of Harvard Chan or DFCI. For any questions, comments or suggestions reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.