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Jagran New Media

Hindi Video Series Demystifying Covid-19

SDG

SECTOR

SERVICES

  • Content Strategy
  • Videos

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Public

PLATFORM

  • Social Media
  • Website
A digital collage with elements denoting the Covid-19 pandemic such as a vaccine syringe, the coronavirus, a vaccine etc, along with photographs of Pallavi Prasad and Meghna Mamgain, hosts of Newsworthy.Studio and Only My Health's Hindi series on Covid-19 FAQs.

At the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the internet was replete with myths and false news. Looking for the truth could be like looking for a needle in a haystack. To declutter this information ecosystem, Jagran New Media’s health resource, Only My Health, collaborated with Newsworthy, to provide trustworthy & reliable information on Covid-19.

The Challenge

Providing a reliable, consistent source of jargon-free news and health information at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic

The Outcome

A video series in Hindi answering FAQs on Covid-19 in simple, clear and fact-checked words

Decluttering News, Demystifying Covid-19

We conceptualised and created a series of Hindi videos answering the frequently asked questions, doubts about Covid-19, its symptoms, the correct usage of masks; the efficacy, side effects and benefits of taking vaccines; and the salient impacts of the pandemic, such as leaving thousands of children without parents or guardians. With the help of experts, we demystified crucial public health messaging in easy-to-understand and share formats, and in Hindi to reach a wider audience. At the heart of this Hindi video series was our aim to reduce the anxiety news and information was adding to people at a time when an unprecedented disease was changing everything they knew about the world. 

Explore our Work

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