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2009 H1N1 Flu: Free Materials

This website is archived for historical purposes and is no longer being maintained or updated. For updated information on the current flu season, see the CDC Seasonal Flu website.

The flu free resources pages will be under revision during the upcoming summer months to update all materials in preparation for the 2010–11 flu season. Please check back soon for the full list of updated resources.

Seasonal & 2009 H1N1 Flu Print Materials

This year's flu materials include messaging to address both Seasonal and 2009 H1N1 flu (sometimes called "swine flu") recommendations. All materials are free for download. They may be printed on a standard office printer, or you may use a commercial printer. Click on each image to see the different sizes and languages available.

We now have Flu Resources available in Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Korean, Russian, and Vietnamese.

Everyday Preventive Actions

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Flyer summarizing everyday preventive actions that can help slow the spread of germs that cause respiratory illness, like flu. March 22, 2010

Important Notice To All Patients

Important Notice to all patients about flu

Please tell staff immediately if you have flu symptoms January 12, 2010

Reason enough to get VACCINATED!

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Flu-related complications lead to about 36,000 DEATHS and 200,000 HOSPITALIZATIONS each year in the U.S. This flu is more unpredictable than ever. Vaccination your best protection against flu. January 7, 2010

Are you at risk for serious complications from flu?

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If you have asthma, diabetes, heart disease, or certain other chronic medical conditions, you're at risk for flu complications that can lead to hospitalization and even death. Vaccination is your best protection against flu. January 7, 2010

19 to 24 year–olds

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Getting vaccinated is your best protection against 2009 H1N1 flu. January 7, 2010

"By protecting myself I am protecting her."

senior woman with baby

In you're 65 years or older, getting a flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and those around you from flu. January 7, 2010

"My health is my biggest asset."

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In you're 65 years or older, getting a flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and those around you from flu. January 7, 2010

I'll Vaccinate My Children

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Any flu can make your children sick enough to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized. October 27, 2009

Protect Me from Flu

little girl face

Any flu can make your children sick enough to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized. October 27, 2009

What Could Your Child Miss?

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Any flu can make your children sick enough to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized. October 27, 2009

I'll protect my baby.

I'll protect my baby.

No Flu On Board

Native American: Life is a delicate balance

Certain Medical Conditions

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Information about the Flu – including the new H1N1 Flu – for People with Certain Medical Conditions

  • Note: This information is currently being updated, and it will be available soon.

CDC Says "Take 3" Steps To Fight The Flu

Respirator Instructions

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Put the respirator on correctly: NOTE: Follow the instructions that come with the respirator. November 20, 2009

2009 H1N1 and Seasonal Flu: What To Do If You Get Sick

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New 2009 H1N1 flu to cause illness, hospital stays, and deaths in the United States along with seasonal flu. January 14, 2010

FDA Expands Use of CSL Limited TM 2009 H1N1 Monovalent Influenza Vaccine to Persons Ages 6 Months and Older

CSL Limited H1N1 Vaccine

Information for the expanded use of CSL influenza vaccine December 11, 2009

Vaccine Information Statement: 2009 H1N1 Nasal Spray

2009 H1N1 Nasal Spray

2009 H1N1 influenza [sometimes called Swine Flu] is caused by a new strain of influenza virus. It has spread to many countries. October 1, 2009

Vaccine Information Statement: Seasonal Nasal Spray

2009 H1N1 Nasal Spray

It is caused by the influenza virus, which can be spread by coughing, sneezing, or nasal secretions. August 11, 2009

Vaccine Information Statement: 2009 H1N1 Shot

2009 H1N1 Nasal Shot

It is caused by the influenza virus, which can be spread by coughing, sneezing, or nasal secretions. October 1, 2009

Vaccine Information Statement: Seasonal Shot

2009 H1N1 Nasal Shot

It is caused by the influenza virus, which can be spread by coughing, sneezing, or nasal secretions. October 1, 2009

2009–10 Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Dosage Chart

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Information on the Inactivated, Injectable Influenza Vaccine September 28, 2009

2009 H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Dosage Chart

seasonal dosage chart

Information on the Inactivated, Injectable Influenza Vaccine November 5, 2009

2009–10 Influenza Vaccination Record Card

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This is an updated version of the card that is currently being distributed to vaccine providers. If providers require additional cards, please follow the printing instructions below. October 30, 2009

  • Instructions for use of Influenza Vaccination Record Card [in English]

  • Instructions for printing:
  • For durability, it is recommended that you print on card stock [you may want to practice on copy paper, so you don’t waste card stock].
  • Open the pdf of the record card. Print out at 100% of page size, do not use page scaling.
  • The card is double-sided, so print on both sides of the card stock.
  • Trim the card along the trim lines indicated on the back side. [Hint: cut the long way first, dividing the piece in to two long sections, to avoid losing the remaining trim lines.] This will result in 6 cards, each 3⅜" x 4¼".
  • Fold each card so that the front panel reads "Influenza Vaccination Record."


  • In b&w [in English, 588.22  KB, 11” x 8 ½”]

Stickers: for Everyone

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Don't get the Flu. Don't spread the Flu. Get Vaccinated

  • 1" x 2.63" in English These downloadable stickers can be printed on laser and inkjet printers. They fit Avery label numbers: 5160, 5260, 5920, 5960, 5970, 5971, 5972, 5979, 5980, 6460, 8160, 8250, 8460, 8660, 8920, 8930
  • 1.25" x 2.38"in English These stickers can be printed on laser and inkjet printers. They fit Avery label numbers: 3110 & 3261S

Stickers: for Providers

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Vaccinated against flu. I care about You.

  • 1" x 2.63" in English These downloadable stickers can be printed on laser and inkjet printers. They fit Avery label numbers: 5160, 5260, 5920, 5960, 5970, 5971, 5972, 5979, 5980, 6460, 8160, 8250, 8460, 8660, 8920, 8930.

Stickers: for Patients

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I got my flu vaccine. Have You?

  • 1" x 2.63" in English These downloadable stickers can be printed on laser and inkjet printers. They fit Avery label numbers: 5160, 5260, 5920, 5960, 5970, 5971, 5972, 5979, 5980, 6460, 8160, 8250, 8460, 8660, 8920, 8930.
 
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