COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can connect us in new ways. The World Health Organization’s Connecting the World to Combat Coronavirus explains how.

Connecting the World

What is Connecting the World to Combat Coronavirus?

In Connecting the World To Combat Coronavirus the World Health Organization (WHO) elaborate on:

Connecting the World to Combat Coronavirus

“To unite the world in the fight against coronavirus, WHO is bringing together a wide array of partners on a series of engaging initiatives to motivate and mobilize people to Be Ready to beat COVID-19, and to support the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

Musicians, footballers, athletes and artists will help you stay connected and healthy through shows of solidarity, lifesaving health messages and entertainment during lockdown”.

#Together At Home

What is the The Solidarity Sessions:#Together At Home?

In the The Solidarity Sessions: #Together At Home the WHO elaborate on:

“Celebrity musicians are sharing #SolidaritySessions, powered by Global Citizen, which are live performances taped in intimate settings and offered for free on social media to help share important updates and guidelines, show solidarity and raise funds for emergency programs. Tune into the sessions by following hashtag #TogetherAtHome”.

#SafeHands Challenge

What is the #SafeHands Challenge?

In the #SafeHands Challenge the WHO elaborate on:

#SafeHands Challenge

“Hand hygiene is key to keeping ourselves and others protected from coronavirus disease. In order to raise awareness on how to perform hand hygiene properly, WHO is launching the #SafeHands challenge across our social media channels and would like you to take part”.

Pass the Message to Kick Out Coronavirus

What is Pass the Message to Kick Out Coronavirus

In Pass the Message to Kick Out Coronavirus the WHO elaborate on:

FIFA and WHO have teamed up to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) by launching a new awareness campaign led by world-renowned footballers, who are calling on all people around the world to follow five key steps to stop the spread of the disease”.


What is #HealthyAtHome?

In #HealthyAtHome the WHO elaborate on:


“… at a time like this, it’s very important for people of all ages and abilities to be as active as possible. WHO’s Be Active campaign aims to help you do just that – and to have some fun at the same time.

Remember – Just taking a short break from sitting, by doing 3-4 minutes of light intensity physical movement, such as walking or stretching, will help ease your muscles and improve blood circulation and muscle activity”.


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Last Updated: 02 April 2020 – Last Revised: 01 April 2020
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