20 Coronavirus Infographics: Reusable Templates and Resources

The coronavirus is far from over. As we try to regain a sense of normalcy in our daily lives, there has never been a more critical time to take stock of new data and become more informed.

Here at Easelly, we’re helping you become more informed of the COVID-19 pandemic with infographics about the coronavirus.

These visual resources and reusable templates will also enable you to be more equipped to protect yourself, family, and community.

Quick disclaimer:

The health advisory infographics that we’re highlighting below are sourced from reputable health and government organizations. While we do our best to ensure that we’re providing accurate, up-to-date information, please fact-check the data and information in the infographics before sharing.

Coronavirus Visual Resources You Can Edit and Download

Get everything you need in promoting coronavirus information awareness by learning the facts in the featured infographics below. Afterward, pick a template to customize, and you’re all set!

Coronavirus symptoms infographic

What are the symptoms associated with COVID-19?

This question can be tricky because its symptoms are strikingly similar to the common cold and flu.

The simple (yet succinct!) infographic below by Health Direct Australia on coronavirus symptoms is a good starting point to help you decide if you should seek critical care or have yourself tested for the virus.

Coronavirus transmission prevention infographic

The Lancet, a weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, made an infographic on how face masks, eye protection, and physical distancing of 1 meter or more can help slow down the spread of COVID-19, SARS, and MERS in both healthcare and community settings.

The infographic is based on a systematic review of 172 observational studies across 16 countries.

Coronavirus and HIV infographic

As of this writing, there is no evidence that people living with HIV are at a higher risk of getting the coronavirus.

However, it’s worth noting that individuals with HIV that have a compromised immune system may be more at risk. These include people with a low CD4 count or have experienced a recent opportunistic infection such as tuberculosis.

Avert, an international HIV and AIDS charity based in the UK, designed an infographic on the coronavirus for people living with HIV.

Contract tracing infographic

When combined with physical distancing, isolation, and face masks, contact tracing is another public health tool to slow down COVID-19 transmission.

If you’re a member of a community advisory board and working on active case finding in your area, this infographic on contract tracing by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control is a useful guide for your team.

Coronavirus TSA check infographic

Curious what a TSA check would be like during a pandemic?

The US Transportation Security Administration made an infographic on what to expect at the checkpoints if you’re traveling.

A safety guide infographic for the new normal after COVID-19

The “new normal” during a pandemic isn’t just about protecting yourself and your family from the coronavirus. It also means taking measures to shield yourself from crime of all types such as burglary, phishing, and identity theft.

As part of their public awareness efforts, Europol made an infographic on ensuring home safety and security for the new normal during and after the pandemic.

Coronavirus checklist before you leave home

Whether you’re buying a week’s worth of grocery or working on the front lines (thank you for your service!), venturing out of the house while the coronavirus transmission remains high in your area can induce anxiety.

The good news is you can use the infographic on how to avoid bringing the coronavirus home as a reminder before you go out of the house. Think of it as a checklist of sorts.

COVID-19 testing infographic

If you are about to get tested for the coronavirus and unsure about it, the COVID-19 testing infographic below by the British Society for Immunology can help you make informed decisions.

Public health teams and members of the press can also use it as a media infographic to encourage people to understand (and participate!) in COVID-19 testing.

Work from home infographic

Working from home isn’t for everyone. Yet the current coronavirus crisis has sped up the adoption of remote work, and many employees are working from home for the first time.

The infographic by Aragon Research highlights best practices that can help you boost productivity and improve work-life balance while working from home.

Taking care of your mental health during a pandemic infographic

Did you know that the true costs of mental health problems isn’t just limited to the reduced quality of life by sufferers and their families?

Poor mental health can also negatively impact a country’s socio-economic growth.

With that said, the Powell River Board of Education in Canada came up with a list of recommendations on how you can take care of your mental health during these uncertain times.

10 Coronavirus Infographic Templates You Can Customize

Are you having trouble finding easy-to-edit healthcare infographic templates for your coronavirus information drive at work or school?

Keep scrolling to discover the perfect template that you can customize to help your family, coworkers, and community stay informed during the pandemic.

You’ll also find infographic templates about home schooling, working from home, and online shopping.

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 infographic template

Simplify your coronavirus presentation with this infographic on everything you need to know about COVID-19.

Fill out the lorem ipsum placeholder text with the necessary information and you’re done in minutes!

Coronavirus myths and facts infographic template

Help your students, family, and community understand the coronavirus through this infographic template. For example, temperature screening can effectively detect people with fever (i.e., have a higher than normal body temperature), but it cannot identify people infected with COVID-19 and stop the spread of the virus.

Managing COVID-19 symptoms at home infographic template

Like most illnesses caused by the virus, people with suspected or mild COVID-19 symptoms can manage their symptoms at home.

Use this infographic to help spread information on how to speed up recovery and prevent transmission at home.

Exercise during a pandemic infographic template

The limited movements during a pandemic can make it hard for you build a consistent exercise routine. Yet physical activity is important as it has been shown to help alleviate COVID-19 anxiety and depression.

The good news is that certain exercises can be done at home like mountain climbers, jumping jacks, and canned goods for strength training. Yoga can also help with back pain if you’re sitting for long periods.

Edit this infographic with your exercise routine and share it with friends, family, and the rest of your community.

Work from home tips during a pandemic infographic template

Working from home may not be new to you, but doing the same setup during the coronavirus pandemic can be a challenge and depressing at the same time. For example, you can’t go out for a quick walk or meet friends for lunch.

If you’re struggling with your work from home routine, edit this infographic with your own healthy habits and print it out to serve as a reminder. If you’re a manager or employer, customize the infographic with more tips and share it with your team via email or chat.

Home school schedule infographic template

Providing at-home instruction and distance learning can be stressful for teachers and parents alike while under quarantine or isolation.

Katharine Hill, a learning specialist at an independent school in Brooklyn, made an excellent recommendation on how to homeschool during coronavirus. The infographic below is based on her recommendations. Edit it with your information and print it out for your students or kids.

Telemedicine infographic template

Telemedicine is encouraged during a pandemic because it helps curb transmission in hospital settings. Plus, it conserves in-person resources for patients in critical need of in-person medical care.

With that said, telemedicine can be the future of health care. Use this infographic to highlight telemedicine statistics and trends that will convince the rest of your community to try this approach.

Coronavirus timeline infographic template

Want to share a day-by-day breakdown of the typical coronavirus symptoms and how it’s managed?

Use timeline infographics to make your coronavirus timeline presentation more engaging and memorable.

Timelines in your infographic also help your readers notice patterns appearing over specific periods or how events occur during a selected time frame. Edit the template below to get started!

Social distancing infographic template

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, social distancing or physical distancing is the practice of keeping a safe space between yourself and other people outside your household.

You have to stay at least 6 feet (about two arms’ length) from other people who are not from your household in both indoor and outdoor spaces.

Use this infographic to remind your students, employees, and household members about your social distancing policies.

Online shopping infographic template

When was the last time you made a purchase online?

Chances are, your online shopping frequency has ramped up the past few months.

For businesses and companies who are new to eCommerce, adapting to this new normal is critical to stay afloat.

If you’re running a virtual business right now, use the online shopping infographic template below to help communicate delivery lead times with your clients and customers.

Ready to make your infographics about the coronavirus and related topics?

You don’t have to make infographics from scratch! 

Save time with pre-made infographic templates by Easelly and customize it with your information.

Infographic maker tools like Easelly do not require app downloads and can be used right on your browser.

Here’s a short video showing how you can customize infographics using Easelly. Happy creating! 

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