Financial Decks

Financial Decks

Visualize your results with ease

Coronavirus symptom list: dry caught, fatigue, fever
from deck Coronavirus Protection Actions Graphics (PPT Template)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom List:

Slide Content

The slide is a visual representation of the common symptoms associated with COVID-19. It lists symptoms such as "Dry cough," indicating a cough without mucus, "Fatigue," referring to extreme tiredness and weakness, and "Fever," which involves a high body temperature and may accompany muscle pain. There's also a mention of additional symptoms that may occur in some patients, specifically the elderly or those with other chronic health conditions, including chest pain and shortness of breath. Additionally, it notes that a runny nose, sneezing, or sore throat are rare symptoms.

Graphical Look

  • The background of the slide is white.
  • A large, purple, semi-transparent silhouette of a human figure dominates the left side of the slide.
  • A dotted line vertically bisects the human figure, connecting to different circular icons that match the locations of symptoms on the body.
  • Next to the figure and icons, a vertical grey line with branches leads to text descriptions corresponding to each symptom.
  • The text is aligned to the right and each symptom is labeled with a larger, bold font and accompanied by a smaller descriptive phrase underneath in a standard font.
  • At the very right, there are colored icons depicting various symptoms such as a thermometer for fever and a face with a mask for the cough.
  • The color scheme includes blue, green, and orange, which correspond to the circles and text on the slide, creating a visual hierarchy of information.

The slide uses a clean and modern design with a balanced layout. The choice of colors and icons helps quickly convey information at a glance.

Use Cases

  • Presenting health information in a corporate setting to educate employees about recognizing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Including in a public health presentation to communicate symptoms to the general public for awareness and prevention strategies.
  • Using as part of a medical or health-related educational training, explaining the symptoms to healthcare professionals.
  • Incorpor ating into informational material for schools or universities to prepare students and staff for the signs of COVID-19 infection.

Related products