In order to raise awareness about diseases with young people and pop culture fans, in 2019 the Taiwan Centre for Disease Control asked a number of local comic artists and illustrators to contribute to a calendar that featured personifications of the most important and dangerous diseases and infections the CDC wants to warn about.
The result is a rather odd combination of a sexy fashion shoot and a PSA, with some quite hilarious elements. Syphilis looks like a sexy shepherdess and hepatitis is a K-pop boy band. Ebola and the plague keep it more traditional, going for a demonic creature and grim reaper vibe respectively. And thank god for the angelic personifications of the CDC themselves, going for vaccination with a ray gun and quarantine with a (rather small) 747.
If anybody can translate the rest of the copy for me, that would be swell!
(Thanks to Lotta for the tip, and Gene for the link!)