Covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the 11th of March with the first case been reported in Kenya on 12th March 2020. Kenya has reported 47,843 confirmed Covid-19 cases, 884 deaths and 33,421 recoveries (as of 23rd October 2020). This study looks at the effect of source of information on compliance of public health measures in informal settlements. The study varies the source of information with the content of the message being similar across the two treatment groups. Treatment 1 will receive an audio recording of their community leader with public health measures to adhere to and treatment 2 messages on the laid out public health measures. Comparing health and compliance outcomes of these two groups with a control group will allow us to determine the causal impact of these interventions. This study will be conducted remotely through phone surveys.