COVID-19 and Personal Protection

India's first female comic superhero Priya, a gang-rape survivor who earlier campaigned against rape, acid attack and sex trafficking, is back to fight disinformation around the Covid-19 pandemic.

In Priya's Mask, due to be launched on 2 December, the comic crusader joins hands with Jiya, the "Burka Avenger", a popular character from a Pakistani cartoon show, as the two go about trying to tackle the pandemic - and also the "infodemic", a major proliferation in fake news surrounding the coronavirus.

These infographics from the World Health Organization instruct the public about safe practices during the time of COVID-19 when observing Ramadan. These are part of a series of infographics from WHO which can be found on the same page.

These infographics from the World Health Organization instruct the public about mask-wearing to protect oneself and others against COVID-19 . Some of the infographics show not only how to wear the mask, but also how not to wear it. These are part of a series of infographics from WHO which can be found on the same page.

These cartoosn posted on Instagram remind the public, represented by a toothbrush, to wear a mask when going outside, make sure the mask covers your nose, maintain physical distance in school, and maintain physical distance when with others.

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