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At this panic-stricken hour when the whole world is indulged in the trauma inflicted by the pandemic, everyone including the watchman-next-door has by now, told you their own versions of COVID-19 advice. Next, you scroll down your social media feed for some more validations and get more confused with the clutter of do and don’ts, shared by almost every second person on your feed. And, the news of death tolls reaching sky have now made you lose hope while you sit restlessly inside the four walls of your house waiting for all of it to end. We hope it ends too.
On a lighter note, if you live in Bangladesh, by the time you are reading this you are already done checking up on your hobbies, watching people making a new tick-tock video, obsessing over a new song or even discussing how on earth a random person dancing at midnight could unite the nation together. And, if you are on the nerdy side and a bit too bored you might as well have finished all those programming language and digital marketing courses and are also done boasting about them on social media (pun intended).
So, now that you have already done a PhD on boredom, how about you get yourself COVID-19 Safety Certified and get the actual advice you need from the real experts all around the world.
Here’s a list of courses that would help you become a COVID-19 Safety Certified:
WHO Free Online Course: COVID-19 Operational Planning Guidelines (https://openwho.org/courses/UNCT-COVID19-preparedness-and-response-EN)
This is a free course offered by the World Health Organization (WHO), where the 3-module learning package introduces the context for the need for a coordinated global response plan at facing the pandemic. It provides the required guidance to implement the Operational Planning Guidelines to Support Country Preparedness and Response. Moreover, the course helps at describing the 8 major pillars of public health preparedness and response and initial actions to be taken. And, lastly gives access to the full set of actions, performance indicators and resources needed to conduct the preparedness level assessment using the COVID-19 Partners Platform for country preparedness and response plans.
Alison: Coronavirus - What you need to know (https://alison.com/course/coronavirus-what-you-need-to-know)
This free online course on the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) aims at keeping its focus on the history, symptoms, transmission, possible treatment and potential prevention of the novel coronavirus. As part of the international response, Alison has introduced this online course to educate people on what they need to know about the novel coronavirus, its background, and how to best deal with the threat it poses everyone.
CPL Learning: Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action (https://www.cpllearning.com/online-courses/coronavirus-taking-proactive-action/)
This course will aid learners in making preparations and contingencies to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and to provide a guideline for actions to consider and to communicate to employees. It will also help Identify the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 and understand how the infection spreads. Knowledge on this might help consider the potential impact on hospitality businesses. And, thus, identify the main areas to consider and plan for contingency.
Future Learn: COVID-19: Tackling the Novel Coronavirus (https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/covid19-novel-coronavirus)
This course gives you the inside-out of how you could tackle the spreading of this virus. It is designed for personal use only and not aimed at any professional, commercial, medical or business purpose. The content and opinions associated with this course are for educational purposes only and do not constitute the provision of professional medical or public health advice.
MBUR: Let's Break the Chain of COVID-19 Infection https://learn.mbru.ac.ae/courses/covid19
Unlike other programs this one will provide you with rapid training on key aspects of infection and immunity. This can empower you to provide essential guidelines to your community on how to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19. The course revolves around the chain of infection, how infectious diseases are transmitted and what concrete preventive actions can be taken to break the chain of infection.
The Bakultala of Charukola will hold all light. Something about the arrival of Boshonto – when it comes, the joy makes way through the chilly wind of winter discarding the warm clothes and adorning one in pretty yellow. Pohela Falgun brings love and joy into Bengali lives affirming that the golden ray is here to stay. Not just for a day but as long as the heart needs.
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