Posters on COVID Appropriate Behavior in Different Languages

December 13, 2021

Amid rising concerns about the new COVID-19 strain omicron, it is more than ever important for us to remain vigilant and keep following COVID-19 appropriate behavior. The new COVID-19 strain is more transmissible, has a high number of mutations, and thus could cause serious Public Health implications. It is time we shed hesitancy and get ourselves vaccinated at the earliest and adhere to the precautionary measures such as covering our face with a mask, washing hands frequently, maintaining a distance of 6 feet from others, and avoiding to touch the nose, eyes, and mouth. Here in this space, we will continue to share COVID-19 appropriate behaviors and guidelines which could be used for awareness and communication purposes.

We have compiled a comprehensive list of communication materials from relevant sources in Hindi, English, Urdu, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Assamese, and Bengali.

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Get us to the finish line of completing a 90-bed hospital for Government of Karnataka

Swasti is setting up a 90 bed modular hospital within the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases, which will function as part of the existing Institute. This facility will be used for care provision for COVID in the coming year and in future will provide care for people who come to this facility; it is right next to 2 other Govt. hospitals (NIMHANS and Sanjay Gandhi Trauma Centre)


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