The novel coronavirus has rapidly spread across six continents. Since the first reported case in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, this infectious respiratory disease has expeditiously spread within China, neighboring countries and beyond. The number of confirmed cases and death toll caused by COVID – 19 worldwide are hastily increasing.
This tracker provides you with the trend in reported positive cases and death counts from novel coronavirus in Ethiopia.
"Knowledge is Powerful. Information is Liberating."
Creating a health literate society that is aware of the severity of the situation and is able to understand how to protect themselves, and others, through basic actions is fundamental for slowing the rate of the novel coronavirus infection.
Learn everything you need to know about COVID – 19. How is it transmitted? How does it affect the human body? What are the symptoms? And how do we protect ourselves and others?
We are debunking the Myths about COVID – 19 to help you better understand what is happening and cut through the confusion.
We provide you with helpful guidance on ways to address stressors caused by the life of quarantine and total lockdown.
We offer guidance on self-isolation at home.
Here are some tips on how healthy individuals can safely leave the house.
COVID – 19 Learning Resources
Here you can find more information and learning resources on preventing and managing COVID – 19.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions & concerns on COVID-19.
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