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National Influenza Vaccination Week: Resources for Health Professionals & Partners

It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate

Print Materials

Places to get your flu vaccine.

Brochures, Fact Sheets, Articles, Posters, Stickers, Media Toolkit...

The materials provided in this area are designed to encourage influenza prevention.

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Video/Audio Tools

Flu PSA

Podcasts, Videos, PSAs...

This page lists all Seasonal Flu podcasts, videos and PSAs related to influenza prevention.

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Download Free Broadcast Quality Media

2013-2014 Influenza Campaign Matte Articles

Image of a matte article which is text only.2013-2014 Influenza Campaign Matte Articles
These ready-to-use articles can be used for placement in local newspapers, magazines, or other publications.

Resources for Faith-Based and Community Organizations

Faith-based and community organization guideResources for Faith-Based and Community Organizations
A section for community and faith-based organizations and leaders to share with their communities to prevent influenza. Information available in English and en Español.

Web Tools

Seasonal flu ecard, web badges and buttons.

Flu Widgets, Animated Images, Buttons, Banners, Badges, eCards

This page lists all Seasonal Flu eCards, animated images, web badges, buttons, and widgets related to influenza prevention.

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 Health Insurance Marketplace. Marketplace plans cover free flu vaccines. http://www.healthcare.gov

The Flu I.Q. widget is an interactive quiz to test your flu knowledge.
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