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Resources for Flu Prevention Partners

This web site is intended to be a resource that partners can use in their flu prevention activities.

Dr. Frieden gets vaccinated during news conference

Dr. Frieden gets vaccinated during news conferenceTom Frieden, M.D., M.P.H., director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, led by example and got his flu vaccination at the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases news conference. Public health officials and medical experts encourage everyone 6 months and older to get vaccinated to protect themselves and those around them against influenza.

Featured Partner: A Success Story

As of 12/05/2014, 1500 employees participated in the 2014 Influenza Vaccination program.The Employee Health Department is pleased to announce the success of the 2014–15 Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Campaign. The Regional Medical Center of San Jose is excited with this year's result of 94.2% vaccination compliance which is a great accomplishment. By vaccinating the leadership team, this has created a great example among healthcare workers.

Learn more about this success story, see other partner success stories, or submit your own success story »

Not a Partner Yet?

Join the effort by becoming a flu prevention partner. CDC encourages partner organizations to promote flu vaccination within their communities, coordinate or host flu vaccination clinics, and increase awareness about the importance and benefits of annual flu vaccination.

  • To subscribe to routine updates (like key points, alerts, etc. on a routine basis during flu season) click here.
  • For more involved partnership requests, email

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CDC Thanks Partners

Auditorium filled with seated peopleCDC sends a special “THANKS” to all partners for their significant contributions to promote and provide flu vaccinations and prevent influenza across the United States. The overall success of this vital public health service depends on the support of partners at all levels—public health professionals, advocates, medical providers, community stakeholders and concerned consumers from across the country. We appreciate your time, energy, and commitment to public health.

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