Pandemic Personal Printables Pack

Curated from among the free and paid, premium printables at the 100-plus sites, these forms, trackers, and other items were specially selected to help individuals monitor exposure and implement safety precautions around the coronavirus.
This collection of 50 printables includes pandemic- and health-related items from,,, and
This document contains a rundown of what you’ll find in this Pandemic Personal Printables Pack. When both a PDF and DOC (Microsoft Word) version are available, both versions have been included. You can customize and print these items as many times as you’d like for your own personal use. This pack also features an exclusive Exposure Tracker.

Health and Safety

For people being cautious about their likely exposure, there are multiple lists that can be assembled for reducing risk at work, while running errands, and upon returning home. There is also a list of allowed contacts for people sharing a pod or bubble. For those who have been exposed to the coronavirus, a quarantine tracker and a symptoms tracker are available.


Whether you’re working from home, quarantining, or isolating in place, signs can make contact inside and outside the house easier. There are signs for Mom Is Working or Dad Is Working and another to notify house members that a video call is occurring. There are also signs for deliveries, immunocompromised individuals, and requests for outsiders to practice social distancing.


Perfect for individuals who are isolating or stocking up, these forms include lists for restocking the pantry, baking ingredients, a first aid kit, pet supplies, and scarce items. There are also grocery expense and delivery trackers, freezer/fridge trackers, and autoship records.

To Do

Keep track of what you need to do from home with these printable planners and to do lists. There are trackers for canceling automatic services, attending online meetings, checking in on isolated friends and family, ordering care packages, and organizing deliveries. There are also planners for what to eat, read, and watch, as well as a family schedule.