Coronavirus (COVID-19) campaign materials

We have created this campaign page to provide local communities, organisations and services with coronavirus campaign materials. Please share these posters, videos, audio clips, and social media messages to encourage people to do the simple things to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Posters and leaflets

These posters are to promote handwashing guidance as per the NHS and Public Health England guidelines. Please use these posters where appropriate:

Coronavirus poster - English
Size: 870KBFile format: pdf
Handwashing guidance poster
Size: 162KBFile format: pdf
Self isolate when alerted A4 poster
Size: 505KBFile format: pdf
Stay Alert - Poster
Size: 61KBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to keep R down poster
Size: 54KBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to stay safe - Home poster
Size: 938KBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to stay safe - Exercise poster
Size: 2.82MBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to stay safe - Travel poster
Size: 3.16MBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to stay safe - Shop poster
Size: 2.23MBFile format: pdf
Stay alert to stay safe - Work poster
Size: 9.43MBFile format: pdf
Symptoms poster1 A4
Size: 53KBFile format: pdf
Symptoms poster2 A4
Size: 541KBFile format: pdf
Anyone can spread it poster
Size: 864KBFile format: pdf
Looking out for each other - blue
Size: 911KBFile format: pdf
Looking out for each other - white
Size: 911KBFile format: pdf

Audio clips

These public information audio clips can be used to share important messages about the Coronavirus outbreak with communities. Please share them as widely as you can.

Videos in community languages

We've worked with people across our communities to translate the important public health messages into other languages.

Updated guidance videos - 29 May 2020

Please help us to share these messages as widely as you can, helping to reinforce the message that people must continue to follow the social distancing guidelines set out by Government to avoid a second peak in the virus:

  • If you leave your home to take outdoor exercise, you must stay at least 2 metres away from anyone not in your household
  • From Monday 1 June you can go outside and meet in groups of up to six people, but you must stay at least 2 metres apart from anyone not from your own household
  • It is still not allowed to invite visitors into your home, including friends and relatives
  • Wash your hands well and regularly if you leave and return to your house

Guidance videos - 27 Mar 2020

Articles, tweets and Facebook posts

This document provides a web article, tweets and Facebook posts for you to share.

Health at Home toolkit
Size: 306KBFile format: pdf

Social media images and videos

You can use these images and videos with your tweets and Facebook posts.

Right click on the image to save it and then share it.

Stay alert - twitter
Self isolate when alerted
Test and trace end to end process
Stay alert to the risk of infection
Wash your hands kill the virus
We all have a role in keeping the rate of infection down
Testing poster
Stay home protect the nhs save lives facebook banner
Facebook banner
Coronavirus Social Media - Dr Liz Robin
Dr Liz Robin
Coronavirus Social Media - Teacher
Teacher
Stay alert - banner horizontal
Stay alert to stay safe
Stay alert to the risk of infection
Stay alert to keep R down
Symptoms 1 email signature
Symptoms 2 email signature
Facebook banner - Coronavirus
Facebook banner
It's up to all of us to keep the rate of infection down
Keep to the rules to keep the rate of infection down
the more we stick to the rules the more the rate of infection will fall
slow the spread one squeeze of soap at a time
You can wear a scarf as a face covering
Home made face coverings for shopping and public transport
How to make our own face covering in a minute
Staying alert means working from home if you can
Staying alert means avoiding public transport if possible
Stay alert to stay safe
Stay alert to stay safe - exercise
Stay alert to stay safe - travel
Stay alert to stay safe - shopping
Stay alert stay safe - work
At home shouldn't mean at risk campaign twitter image

Posters in community languages

Coronavirus poster - Afrikaans
Size: 1.39MBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Arabic
Size: 1.42MBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Bulgarian
Size: 893KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Cantonese
Size: 882KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Latvian
Size: 894KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Lithuanian
Size: 918KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster -Mandarin
Size: 371KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Polish
Size: 900KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster -Portuguese
Size: 360KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Russian
Size: 366KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Slovak
Size: 882KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Spanish
Size: 369KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster- Turkish
Size: 890KBFile format: pdf
Coronavirus poster - Urdu
Size: 914KBFile format: pdf

Alternative formats - British Sign Language (BSL) versions of social media resources

Including signed versions of TV and social media resources. Please not that Braille versions can be ordered from partnerships@phe.gov.uk

Please help us to share them as widely as you can, helping to reinforce the message that people must stay at home unless for the reasons set out by Government.

Cambridgeshire together against coronavirus

Cambridgeshire Together Against Coronavirus is helping people stay connected during self-isolation, particularly those at risk of feeling lonely. 

Please share your ideas and tips for how you are beating loneliness or supporting people in your community. Whether it’s offering to deliver food supplies or pick up prescriptions, or regular phone calls checking on someone’s wellbeing, there are lots of ways we can all keep an eye on people, without the need to make physical contact.

So what can you do to help?

  • Share your stories of what you are doing to help people on your social media pages using the hashtags #ReachOut or #CambridgeshireTogether
  • Share your tips on beating loneliness
  • Download the campaign poster and other visuals to use on your social media pages or in your window to show what you are doing to help people in your neighbourhood
  • Help us remind people about the importance of staying at home

Your stories will help us to remind people that help is at hand.

providing help to people in your community poster
communities pulling together poster
suppoting the elderly and vulnerable poster
Be kind poster
I'm helping to keep cambridgeshire together against coronavirus poster
We are helping to keep cambridgeshire together against coronavirus poster
Helping to keep cambridgeshire together against coronavirus poster
Remember to take care of your mind poster
Keep in contact poster
Keep in contact. Create a whats app group poster
Keep in contact. Video call up to four people poster

Further information

For further information or to obtain individual images, please email communications@cambridgeshire.gov.uk