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What is a good way to start a speech? How do you structure a speech? How do you prepare a professional Pandemic speech? How to write a strong Pandemic speech? 

If you follow these rules, you certainly can engage and capture your audience's attention instantaneously. Certainly, take your time to compile, edit, and review your speech which will benefit the audience and the efficacy of your message. 

Keep the following in mind, since this is important when writing so you can deliver a professional and engaging speech:

  1. Thank you to each and every one of you for being here with us today;
  2. Include the names of the individuals you wish to thank especially;
  3. Know your audience and imagine like you are your audience;
  4. Know the purpose of your speech, and announce in the early beginning, why you will speech;
  5. Give hints to the length of the speech in the beginning;
  6. This speech structure keeps it engaging and can help initiate direct action: apply AIDA; principles (Attention – Interest – Desire – Action);
  7. Use a comfortable way of speaking, ideally in conversation style;
  8. Use regularly short clear sentences or proverbs and compose the speech in short paragraphs;
  9. Keep it brief and informative, without repetition; 
  10. Edit and re-edit your speech until it’s satisfying for 110%;
  11. You have to practice the speech a few times to improve the way you deliver the speech: Practice makes perfect!

Example of informative speech covid-19:

Good afternoon.
In the past two weeks, the number of cases of COVID-19 outside China has increased 13-fold, and the number of affected countries has tripled.  
There are now more than 118,000 cases in 114 countries, and 4,291 people have lost their lives. 
Thousands more are fighting for their lives in hospitals.
In the days and weeks ahead, we expect to see the number of cases, the number of deaths, and the number of affected countries climb even higher.
WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction.
We have therefore made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized as a pandemic. 
Pandemic is not a word to use lightly or carelessly. It is a word that, if misused, can cause unreasonable fear, or unjustified acceptance that the fight is over, leading to unnecessary suffering and death.
Describing the situation as a pandemic does not change WHO’s assessment of the threat posed by this virus. It doesn’t change what WHO is doing, and it doesn’t change what countries should do.
We have never before seen a pandemic sparked by a coronavirus. This is the first pandemic caused by a coronavirus.
And we have never before seen a pandemic that can be controlled, at the same time.  
WHO has been in full response mode since we were notified of the first cases.  
And we have called every day for countries to take urgent and aggressive action.
We have rung the alarm bell loud and clear. 
As I said on Monday, just looking at the number of cases and the number of countries affected does not tell the full story.
Of the 118,000 cases reported globally in 114 countries, more than 90 percent of cases are in just four countries, and two of those – China and the Republic of Korea - have significantly declining epidemics. 
81 countries have not reported any cases, and 57 countries have reported 10 cases or less.
We cannot say this loudly enough, or clearly enough, or often enough: all countries can still change the course of this pandemic.
If countries detect, test, treat, isolate, trace, and mobilize their people in the response, those with a handful of cases can prevent those cases becoming clusters, and those clusters becoming community transmission.
Even those countries with community transmission or large clusters can turn the tide on this virus. 
Several countries have demonstrated that this virus can be suppressed and controlled. 
The challenge for many countries who are now dealing with large clusters or community transmission is not whether they can do the same – it’s whether they will.  

Speech Quotes
Very useful Quotes that can be used in your speech;

  • "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer." 
  • "There's no place like home."
  • "Actions speak louder than words."
  • "All good things must come to an end."
  • "There's no time like the present."
  • "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link."
  • "Time heals all wounds."
  • "When in Rome, do as the Romans."

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