What you need to know about the virus to protect you and your children
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To stay prepared and protect yourself and your loved ones, it is important to know the facts.
Be sure to get your facts from reliable sources, like UNICEF,the World Health Organization, and government agencies
UNICEF is working with experts around the clock to provide accurate information. Information you can trust is grounded in the latest scientific evidence.
We will continue to provide the latest updates, guides for students, caregivers, teachers and employers, and resources for media as new information becomes available, so check back to stay informed of the best ways to protect yourself and your family.
Please help us keep everyone safe. Share this information with your family, friends and colleagues to help ensure people have the facts about COVID-19 and can protect their health.
Take care of your health and wellbeing and protect others.
Tips and guidance for young people facing a new (temporary) normal.
Tips and guidance for parents, teachers and caregivers.
Media resources, including press releases and statements.
Protective measures against COVID-19
Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following:
Must-reads for parents, caregivers and teachers
UNICEF is here to be your partner in navigating this health crisis by providing you with accurate and reliable information on the ways to keep you and others safe.
Here are some of things you can do to manage the challenges that COVID-19 has brought:
Must-reads for young people
For young people feeling anxious, isolated and disappointed, know this: you are not alone.
Here’s what you can do to look after yourself and your mental health:
UNICEF’s media team is working around the clock to provide the latest information on the COVID-19 response through press releases, statements, multimedia and other resources for journalists.
Must-reads for employers
Recommendations for employers to mitigate the negative consequences stemming from COVID-19.