Flu season is here. Protect yourself and those around you and get your flu vaccine and encourage others to do the same.
Below are materials you can use to share the importance of flu vaccinations with your community.
Get It. Got It. Good.
NCDHHS has launched a new flu vaccination campaign for 2020-21 to encourage flu vaccination and educate North Carolinians about the health risks associated with seasonal flu. Below are materials that can be used by any organization to help emphasize the need for vaccination and how quick and easy the process is.
- Videos – 15- and 30-second public service announcements in English and Spanish
- Email graphic
- Screensavers/Digital displays/TV screens
- Social media posts English and Spanish
- Social media graphics
- Web images
Other NCDHHS Materials
- Joint Statement Urging North Carolinians to Get Influenza Vaccinations to Protect Themselves as the COVID-19 Pandemic Remains a Public Health Threat – Oct. 5, 2020
- Template Newsletter Article
The CDC has created a Communications Resource Center with free resources are available for partners, organizations, and individuals looking to promote flu prevention and flu vaccination. This includes:
- Social Media Toolkit – Images and sample posts for use on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
- Print Materials – Flyers and posters in multiple languages, targeting a wide variety of audiences.
- Factsheets – Multi-language seasonal flu factsheets that use minimal text and visual cues to share information.
- Images and Infographics – Graphics, infographics, images and animated images that encourage people to be vaccinated against flu.
- Web tools – Widgets, buttons and badges, and RSS feeds to add to your website.
- Spanish Communication Resources – Compilation of materials in Spanish.
- Health Care Providers Fight Flu Toolkit – Materials specifically for providers to provide patients with, including what to know for the 2020-21 flu season.
- Videos – Short videos on flu prevention and vaccination.
- Radio PSAs – Wide variety of a radio public service announcements.
National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
Last Modified: December 11, 2020