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Campaign #HealthyAtHome Launched

WHO Asks WFSGI for Support in the Fight Against Corona

The World Health Organization gives tips for a healthier life at home in times of corona with the hashtag #HealthyAtHome. Sporting goods manufacturers can also participate, as the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry announced.

With the #HealthyAtHome campaign, the WHO promotes physical and mental fitness at home.
With the #HealthyAtHome campaign, the WHO is promoting physical and mental fitness at home.

The World Health Organization WHO has invited the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) to support the new social media challenge #HealthyAtHome.

In the campaign announced on Wednesday, celebrities are to give tips on sports activities, child education and mental health under curfew, among other things.

Sporting Goods Industry in Demand as Amplifier

"Regular physical activity benefits both the body and mind. It can reduce high blood pressure, help manage weight and reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and various cancers - all conditions that can increase susceptibility to COVID-19," writes the WHO.

The sporting goods industry is invited by the WHO to promote the campaign through its social media channels. The WHO provides free social media tiles in its media centre.

The WFSGI reacted and published a detailed overview of fitness programs that help people of all ages stay fit and healthy at home.

Info-Grafiken wie diese sind kostenlos in der Mediendatenbank der WHO verfügbar.
Info-Grafiken wie diese sind kostenlos in der Mediendatenbank der WHO verfügbar.
Author:
Martin Jahns
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