One by One: Target COVID-19 Social Media Toolkit

#GetTheFacts #TargetCOVID19 #AfricaResponds

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Stop Misinformation in its tracks.

 

Share these Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter resources to encourage people to practice social distancing and help spread accurate information on COVID-19. Copy and paste into your feed. To download an image, click the link below the picture, and download the picture or file to your computer. 

 

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Communicating about covid-19

To avoid spreading incorrect and harmful information about COVID-19, visit reliable sources including:

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You can reduce your chances of being infected or spreading #COVID19 when you join [me] and share the facts: to find health information you can trust, visit @WHO: https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses #TargetCOVID19 @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Join [me] in sharing the facts and reduce the spreading of coronavirus! You can reduce your chances of being infected when you take the right precautions and urge your family and neighbors to do so as well. #GetTheFacts

 

To find health information you can trust, visit @WHO: https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/q-a-coronaviruses #TargetCOVID19 @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Get the Facts: 5G Networks

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Viruses cannot travel on radio waves/mobile networks. 

 

#COVID19 spreads through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks, or if a person touches an infected surface & then touches their eyes, mouth, or nose. 

 

#TargetCOVID19 #GetTheFacts  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

Get the Facts: 5G Networks

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Viruses cannot travel on radio waves/mobile networks. #COVID19 spreads through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks, or if a person touches an infected surface & then touches their eyes, mouth, or nose.  #TargetCOVID19 #GetTheFacts  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @who_africa

Get the Facts: 5G Networks

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Viruses cannot travel on radio waves/mobile networks. #COVID19 spreads via respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks, or if a person touches an infected surface & then touches their eyes, mouth, or nose.

 

#TargetCOVID19 #GetTheFacts  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

Get the Facts: Mosquitos

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#COVID19 cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites. There has been no information nor evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus could be transmitted by mosquitoes.

 

#TargetCOVID19 #GetTheFacts  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Get the Facts: mosquitos

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#COVID19 cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites. There has been no information nor evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus could be transmitted by mosquitoes. #GetTheFacts  #TargetCOVID19 #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @who_africa

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Get the Facts: mosquitos

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#COVID19 cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites. There has been no information nor evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus could be transmitted by mosquitoes. #GetTheFacts

#TargetCOVID19  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Get the Facts: Alcohol

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Drinking alcohol does not protect you against #COVID19. In fact, it can be dangerous. Frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems, and put you at greater risk to #coronavirus

 

#TargetCOVID19 #GetTheFacts  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Get the Facts: alcohol

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Drinking alcohol does not protect you against #COVID19. In fact, it can be dangerous. Frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems, and put you at greater risk to #coronavirus. #GetTheFacts 

 

#TargetCOVID19 #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @who_africa

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Get the Facts: Alcohol

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Drinking alcohol does not protect you against #COVID19. It can be dangerous. Frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems. #GetTheFacts #TargetCOVID19  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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Get the Facts: saltwater

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There is no evidence that regularly gargling with saltwater has protected people from infection with #COVID19. The best method to prevent yourself from becoming infected is to wash your hands frequently. #GetTheFacts

 

#TargetCOVID19  #AfricaResponds @OnebyOne2030 @AfricaCDC @WHOAFRO

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