This page contains communication messages and materials that Leaders, Public Affairs Officers, and communication staffs can use and tailor for various groups during the spread of COVID-19. Share these messages and products throughout your installation and on your social media platforms to raise awareness of and knowledge about COVID-19.
Check back often to see what new content has been added!
Social Media Messages
Use and tailor these social media messages as necessary to meet the needs of your audiences. Use the hashtag #ArmyPublicHealth to help us see who is using this content. A document with all recommended posts, including graphics available for download and use are included in a zip file posted under the Social Media Graphics section on this page.
COVID-19 Information and Resources
• Are you a Soldier, Retiree or Family member who doesn't know where to find COVID-19 information? Call the Military Health System Nurse Advice line 24/7 at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273).
• When looking for #COVID19 information, it is important to use credible sources such as the government and information from your local health department.
Take Routine Actions to Prevent the Spread of Germs
• Practice good health habits like covering your cough and washing your hands often to help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses like #COVID19 and flu. #CleanHandsCount
• Social distancing may be used to slow the spread of #COVID19. Take time now to learn about social distancing and how to prepare yourself. Find social distancing tips at
Health Protection Conditions (HPCONS)
• Commanders and public health personnel use Health Protection Condition (HPCON) levels to guide specific actions you can take in response to a health threat. While it’s always important to prevent the spread of germs, there are additional steps you can take if COVID-19 transmission becomes more widespread in your community.
COVID-19 Master the Stress, Fitness and Wellness
• #MasterStress during the #COVID19 pandemic by maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and getting adequate sleep. Learn more at https://P3.amedd.army.mil
• Trying to maintain your fitness without your gym? Track your activity using a fitness app of your choice and engage in social distance-friendly activities. For tailored work out ideas, contact your local AWC. https://p3.amedd.army.mil/my-army-wellness-center/locations #COVID19 #ArmyQOL
• Looking for a one-stop-shop for all #COVID19 information and updates? The #ArmyPublicHealth is here to provide you with trusted resources and answers to your questions. https://ephc.amedd.army.mil/HIPECatalog/viewItem.aspx?id=1802
• The best way to prevent #COVID19 is to avoid being exposed. Social distancing is EVERYONE’s responsibility. When possible, keep 6 feet between you and others, even when you are outdoors. https://ephc.amedd.army.mil/HIPECatalog/viewItem.aspx?id=1795
• Consult with your veterinarian if your pet is sick. Pets can develop many respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms that may look like COVID-19 but are likely due to more common infectious diseases or medical conditions https://phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/campaigns/covid19/Pages/Pets.aspx
• Many people are adopting animals during quarantine and you may be wondering if it is safe to adopt from a shelter. There are currently no links between #COVID19 and shelter pets. Remember when adopting, you are making a commitment to care for an animal for the rest of its life.
Social Media Graphics
Social Media Videos
To download the video files for use on social media, right click on the video title and select "save target as..."
These and additional COVID-19-related education materials are available for download and order from the
APHC Health Information Products e-Catalog.