Onelife Nutriscience Creates a trending Social Media Awareness Campaign
Onelife India, has introduced a social awareness campaign, which revolves around the importance of wearing the Mask correctly. Onelife social awareness campaign revolves around the idea of highlighting humourous, incorrect ways in which people have been wearing masks these days and the need to avoid it as there is only one correct way to wear your mask. Mask has been identified as one of the most effective covid essential in controlling the spread of the virus. Governments across countries have been asking people to wear masks whenever they step out. In Spite of this, due to lack of awareness it's been noticed that people at large have failed to follow the guidelines laid down for COVID 19 thus defeating the entire purpose of wearing the mask.
Onelife India, a preventive healthcare company based out of Bombay for their CSR activity have initiated a social awareness campaign to motivate people to wear their masks appropriately. The year 2020 is forever going to be known as the year of COVID-19 pandemic and we as a community need to come together now more than ever to prevent this, so therefore we need to motivate people to wear their masks correctly concludes, Vinay Jain, Chief Operating Officer at Onelife Nutriscience Pvt Ltd.
The healthcare company known to implement the CSR approach semi-quarterly has initiated this campaign to encourage influencers and millenials to participate and create awareness as much as possible. The campaign has been orchestrated to urge people to take up the challenge and show incorrect ways they have observed people wearing their mask and spread the message that there is only one way to wear your mask.
A lot of well known influencers like Riaan George, Erika Packard, Sejal Bhatt have participated in this challenge, for more information go on the #Whoztakingcareofyou
Commenting on the awareness campaign, Gaurav Aggarwal, Founder, Onelife said,
"Today we live in a world where the Covid-19 pandemic is our reality, and it is still an ongoing battle. We as a community need to come together and spread awareness, that irrespective of the cases increasing or decreasing we need to protect ourselves, our families and our communities, and we can do this by following small safety measures, one of which is wearing your mask correctly".