Motion Infographic


The COVID-19 also known as the coronavirus, is an ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 and named as COVID 19. It was first introduced in December 2019 in China. The WHO declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 2020 January, and then a pandemic on March 2020. As of March 2021, more than 127 million cases have been confirmed, with more than 2.70 million of deaths attributed to COVID-19, making it one of the deadliest pandemics in history. Symptoms of COVID-19 are highly variable, ranging from none to life-threatening illnesses. The virus spreads mainly through the air when people are near each other. It leaves an infected person as they breathe, cough, sneeze, or speak and enters another person via their mouth, nose, or eyes. Always bieng in 5ft distance is the rule. It have reduced now but still everyone is taking care and wearing mask in public places.


To create the Layout I used Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and the video is created in adobe after effects.


Making the video of coronavirus infographic objectiive was to show the statistic of the past cases in Canada and in its provinces. The number of deaths vaccines etc.


Motion video with many animations showing the infographic statistics of the Covid. This video demonstrates how dangerous the Covid-19 virus could be and its impact on the world so people will take more precautions. The motive of the video is to educate the public and make them aware. The video is proposed to be played in public waiting areas, hospitals, schools, and transits.

Making Video


I make steps in paper that what points i have to mention in my video.

I planned to make the dfour five sections which covered various topics

1) The first few seconds just show the name of the topic
2) The second screen will show numbers of death and cases in every province.
3) Also it shows th severity in each province through bar chart. and many more animated infographics will be shown to reflect the covid outbreak.

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