Behave at all times as if you had the virus. Wear a little "sticker" to remind you, this will stop it spreading.
According to the experts, 2 factors make COVID-19 spread so much, it's highly infectious and you may have it and not display symptoms. I can't remember where I read a piece of advice that made me really understand the impact of this, but it basically encouraged people to put precautions as if they had the virus themselves. I thought that advice built empathy and solidarity as well as encouraging people to do their part.
In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
I stopped going to the gym, meeting any friends or relatives, remember to keep a safe distance all the time, wash my hands much more frequently.
What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?
Most information is focused on Europe (and only some countries), the US, Canada, Australia and handful of countries in Asia (China, South Corea and Singapore mainly).