Promote Influenza (Flu) Vaccination
Spread the word not the flu! Learn more about how your organization can help promote flu vaccination using communication and campaign resources from CDC. This page included resources to promote flu prevention and vaccination messages.
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2016-17 Flu Season Digital Media Toolkit
This digital media toolkit provides resources to partners, organizations, and individuals looking for resource to promote flu prevention and flu vaccination. It includes campaign events/activities, sample social media and newsletter content, website badges, and online resources.
Add Flu Info to Your Website
- CDC Content available through the media library: Feature CDC Influenza site content in English or Spanish on your organization’s Web site (see what content is available for your web site by searching flu”.
- Badges and buttons: Place flu vaccination badges and buttons on your web site.
- Web widgets: Share CDC’s flu finder and other web widgets on your web site.
- Posters and flyers: Display posters and flyers encouraging adult vaccination in healthcare offices, workplaces, and other community settings.
- Videos and radio PSAs: Share videos and radio PSAs through your organization, online, and by encouraging local radio stations and medical offices to play them.
- News and spotlights: Visit our News and Spotlight page for new and noteworthy influenza-related developments and feature stories.
For more information on the breadth of resources available to promote and educate different audiences on the importance of flu vaccination, checkout the flu vaccination resources sell sheets below:
- For the General Public [1 MB, 2 pages, 8½” x 11”]
- For African Americans[1.58 MB, 8½” x 11”]
- For Pregnant Women [1 MB, 2 pages, 8½” x 11”]
- For American Indians/Alaska Natives[519 KB, 8½” x 11”]
- For Hispanics/Latinos (English)[2.33 MB, 2 pages, 8½” x 11”]; (Spanish)[1.5 MB, 2 pages, 8½” x 11”]
- Page last reviewed: November 14, 2016
- Page last updated: February 7, 2017
- Content source:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD)
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs