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FCB Ulka’s Flatten The Curve

The graphs by FCB Ulka show people staying at home, so that they contribute to ‘Flatten The Curve’.

We keep seeing Flatten The Curve messages all around us. But not many of us understand what’s flattening the curve. Or even if we do, we tend to forget or forgo its importance. To drive communication on flattening the curve, FCB Ulka came up with interesting graph representations that drive this important message.

The graphs by FCB Ulka show people staying at home, so that they contribute to ‘Flatten The Curve’.

FCB Ulka’s Flatten The Curve

According to the data, reducing human-to-human contact by 75% – can take the predicted number of cases of COVID-19 needing hospital care below the line of available hospital beds at any given time. Measures like staying at home is the best possible way to flatten the curve.

Swati Bhattacharya
Swati Bhattacharya

Speaking about the idea, Swati Bhattacharya, CCO, FCB Ulka, said, “I am really proud that UNAIDS took this piece of work and shared it all over Europe. Never has the world been more united than in our fight against covid19.”

Surjo Dutt
Surjo Dutt

Adding, Surjo Dutt - NCD FCB Ulka Delhi, said, “Flattening the curve is the ONE big thing common folk can do. Hence, we created communication that makes people enjoy/engage/evangelise this curve.”

Most importantly, FCB Ulka found support in UNAIDS Geneva, who released the campaign as static posts on the big Easter weekend when people had plans to step out of their homes. And when that was well appreciated FCB made the static posts into a digital film with Fuel Content, that offers offer content creation solutions in an end-to-end format.

Speaking on the occasion, Mahesh Mahalingam, Director, Communications and Global Advocacy, UNAIDS, “Flatten the curve was an attempt to make an epidemiological concept understood in practical ways by the public. We wanted to make staying at home less stressful and more fun at a time when COVID-19 was spreading across the world. FCB Ulka helped us in bringing home the message of staying home in a witty yet factual fashion.”