Man Manual Sources: How To Live In A Covid World (2020)

References and images used in the publication, How To Live In A Covid World: a practical guide for men (2020)

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A list of sources for How To Live In A Covid World (2020) follows:

What is Covid-19:

How is Covid-19 passed on?

Covid-19: decision-making:

Covid-19 and men

Living with Covid-19:


​These references were correct at July 2020.

Photo Credits

A list of photographic credits for the How To Live In A Covid World manual (2020) follows:

Cover:  London Marathon 25.04.2010 (276) by Julian Mason (Creative Commons Licence: CC BY 2.0), Bald, Headphone by Sascha Kohlmann (CC BY-SA 2.0), Martin by Ewen Roberts (CC BY 2.0), Naked human male body front anterior by Mikael Häggström (public domain), Toshiba laptop by Garry Knight (CC BY 2.0), Sikh smile by Paul Hamilton (CC BY-SA 2.0), Ari Merretazon by Knight Foundation (CC BY-SA 2.0), China Xinjienzhen - portrait of Hani man by Anja Disseldorp (CC BY 2.0), The blind accordion musician by Pedro Ribeiro Simões (CC BY 2.0), Asleep On The Beach by edenpictures (Eden, Janine and Jim) (CC BY 2.0), Covid Mask Oregon by Forest Service, USDA (public domain).

Interior (print copy): Katrinaku (Image #30320971 at, Handshake by Amtec Photos (CC BY-SA 2.0), Pandemic door signage by citytransportinfo (public domain), Social distancing sign by Pierre Marshall (CC BY 4.0), Flu shots by Fort George G. Meade Public Affairs Office (CC BY 2.0), Covid swab by Navy Medicine (public domain), Image #1838669 at, Yoga retreat by We Travel (CC BY 2.0), Sol searching by Casey Fleser (CC BY 2.0) and Freepix ( 

The graphic on page 19 is based on a Creative Commons gif by @siouxsiew (

All were kind enough to make their images available through the Creative Commons or place them in the public domain. (If this is not the case, please contact us.) 


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