RCRC Prevention and key messages and Risk Communication and Community Engagement

These documents offer guidance on how to understand prevention methods, the importance of good community engagement, why misinformation and fear can drive people away from living healthy, the key function of hand-washing in minimizing the spread of the virus, and communication and behavior change.

Sneezing and spitting etiquette tools are also offered below.

 

 

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