Animated Coronavirus PowerPoint Template
Last updated on May 9th, 2020
As people try to find some semblance of normalcy amidst the Novel Coronavirus outbreak, it is essential to maintain social distancing and take the necessary precautions to stop the spread of the disease. The Animated Coronavirus PowerPoint Template that we have for you can help you make presentations about the preventive measures and healthcare implications of the Novel Coronavirus.
Animated Slides about Taking Preventive Measures
Many governments at the moment are lifting lock downs amidst the spread of Covid-19. The absence of a reliable cure at the moment requires educating people about the dos and don’ts when venturing outside. This template provides some especially useful slides for making content regarding Covid-19. The template can be used for providing information regarding precautionary measures, as well as healthcare related facts and figures.
You can edit the sample text and use the stick figure illustrations to present slides regarding how the virus spreads, ways to prevent it and what measures can be taken to avoid falling prey to the disease. This might include tips about hand washing, avoiding contact with eyes, nose and mouth. Furthermore, avoiding handshakes, hugs and close contact can also be included.
You can also discuss video conferencing and measures associated with working from home. Regarding this topic, you can refer to our post about Video Conferencing in Times of Coronavirus  to get some ideas about the best ways to conduct video conferences and webinars in times of Covid-19.
Coronavirus Chats and Trends
You can depict charts and trends using the various slides with sample infographics, trends and illustrations. You can draw charts, create infographics using the given clipart and create healthcare related presentation slides. The template can be useful for people from all kinds of professions, be it healthcare professionals, business professionals, project managers, etc.
This presentation template can also be used for making presentations not just about the Novel Coronavirus but also pandemics, viruses, flu season, etc.