infographics

graphics with useful information about covid-19

This section contains graphics produced by CovidComms, as well as submitted by other organisations. To submit a graphic to be available in this section, please email david@covidcomms.org.za.

This graphic explains the updates to level 3 lockdown made by the president on the 12th of July 2020.

This graphic explains how Covid-19 spreads.

This graphic is a short reminder to stay home and stop the spread of Covid-19.

This graphic provides the need to know information for if you test positive for COVID-19.

The graphic explains how interest rates cuts can help you.

this graphic provides need to know information for those suffering from his and covid-19.

This Graphic provides need to know information for the lgbtqia+ community during the covid-19 crisis.

This graphic provides need to know information about pregnancy during the covid-19 crisis.

This graphic provides 10 safety tips for kids returning to school.

The graphic explains how to manage mild symptoms of COVID-19

this graphic explains things you can do personally to stop yourself getting infected, using easy acronyms of avoid touching MEN and follow WOMEN.

This Graphic explains who can go to work in level 5 and 4 lockdowns.

This graphic explains what you can do during an emergency, even in during the Lockdown.

This graphic shows why you don't need to stockpile essential goods during the lockdown.

The graphic explains the rules regarding Covid-19 alert level 3.

this graphic explains how to get access to the UIF Covid-19 relief benefit.

This infographic is a break down of the President's speech on the 24 of May.

This graphic explains what you need to know about schools reopening.

This graphic outlines how to prepare your child for covid-19 screening at school.

The graphic explains what we can do during a stage 4 lockdown.

this graphic is a brief outline of the 5 stages of lockdown.

This graphic explains what we are allowed to do during a lockdown.

This graphic explains what is a lockdown.

This graphic outlines who will be working during the lockdown.

The graphic explains what we can do during a stage 5 lockdown.

this graphic explains what will be open during a stage 5 lockdown.

This graphic explains the purpose of a lockdown in South Africa.

This graphic helps your family develop a lockdown action plan.

This graphic contains top 10 rules to maintain an effective lockdown.

This graphic helps your community develop an action plan for the lockdown.

This graphic explains the guidelines for co-parenting during the lockdown.

this graphic lists contact details to report complaints regarding the police.

this graphic provides information abut, and contact details for the covid-19 medical hotline.

this graphic contains information for hiv patients during this pandemic.

This graphics contains guidelines for debt relief applications.

This graphic contains best practices for maintaining social distancing.

this graphic contains the rules for attending a funeral during lockdown.

this graphic provides information about a website that provides local medical advice and information.

this graphic contains information about covid-19 testing.

This graphics contains a breakdown in the info from the president's 21 April address

This 3rd party graphic contains information for getting covid-19 testing while fasting.

this graphic contains information about current medicines for covid-19.

this graphic is a helpful guide to understanding what is and isn't under ones control with covid-19.

this graphic contains information about who will be working during a level 5 lockdown.

This graphics contains information about how to stay healthy during covid-19

This graphic contains covid-19 myths.

this graphic contains info on what is a community action plan during a lockdown.

this graphic provides information about how you can participate in food social solidarity during covid-19.

this graphic contains information about fake news during covid-19.