Personal hygiene measures to keep COVID-19 at bay

People all around the world are staying at home to practice social distancing as advised by government and health authorities. But, even as we maintain social distancing, this new normal requires us to step up our personal hygiene habits and instill some creative thinking as preventive measures.

Impact Science is presenting a simplified infographic that depicts the most important and useful guidance to help tackle this crisis at a personal level – as recommended by experts from the World Health Organization.

Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, that are available on the WHO website.

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    Smita Jain

    Staying clean, avoid COVID-19 is a great poster – just that there shouldn’t have been so many people shown on the poster standing side by side when physical distancing is a key factor. Just wanted to bring to the notice.

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      Impact Science

      Hi Smita,
      That’s a good observation; thank you for sharing your feedback with us!

      We will be posting more such informative posters over the coming weeks, do check them out and share it in your network to spread awareness about COVID-19.

      Warm regards,
      Ritwika Roy
      Digital Marketing Manager, Impact Science
      Cactus Communications


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