Students at Washington University School of Medicine have designed infographics in order to raise awareness of COVID-19 and the public health measures being taken to combat the pandemic.

Infographics for children

Story to be continued…
Download Coronastory (pdf)

Ariella Coler-Reilly is a 3rd year MD/PhD student at WUSM. In her free time, Ariella enjoys creating medical illustrations. You can see more of her work on Instagram (@ariella.studies) or at

The Access COVID Guide for those with Autism and other special needs

Ariella (see above) illustrated the above symptom guide (pdf), as well as the full Access COVID Guide (pdf), which were created as part of a team effort with medical students and health professionals at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Pitt School of Medicine, and the St. Louis Arc. Note: this is not an official WashU product. 

Access COVID: an accessible COVID-19 guide for everyone, was designed with the Autism and other special needs communities in mind. This resource provides a packet with 4th-5th grade readability and visuals to empower those around us to communicate their experiences.

What’s the difference between social distancing, quarantine, and isolation?

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Jennifer Lee is a 1st year MD student at WUSM who loves to create—whether it be doodles, music, dance, or code. She appreciates the opportunity to combine these interests with medicine whenever possible!