Roll your #SleeveUp to #FightFlu

Encourage your followers on social media to roll their sleeves up for an annual flu vaccine by featuring photos of yourself and others in your community getting a flu vaccine or showing off a bandage after getting a flu vaccine. By increasing the number of people vaccinated, we can reduce flu illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths this fall and winter, which can in turn help reduce the burden on our medical system and save medical resources for the care of COVID-19 patients.

This social media toolkit includes customizable graphic frames for you to add your picture, sample social media messages and social media graphics to encourage members of your community to roll their #SleeveUp for an annual flu vaccine.

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#SleeveUp Frames

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Facebook

  • Getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever. Roll your sleeve up and help protect [our community] by getting your flu vaccine this fall – just like [me/name]! Flu vaccines have been shown to reduce the risk of flu illness, hospitalization, and death and can help save medical resources this fall and winter. Learn more about the benefits of flu vaccine: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/vaccine-benefits.htm
  • Did you get your flu vaccine yet? I got mine! Roll your Sleeve Up for your annual flu vaccine. Find a flu vaccine near you: https://www.vaccinefinder.org/external icon
  • I rolled my sleeve up and got my flu vaccine. If flu and COVID-19 both spread this fall and winter, getting a flu vaccine will be more important than ever. Lead by example and show off your flu vaccine with your #SleeveUp photo: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/resource-center/sleeveup/index.htm​
  • No one has time for flu. Make time to roll your sleeve up and get your flu vaccine this fall. Help protect yourself, your loved ones, and [our community] from flu and its potentially serious complications. Learn more about flu vaccines: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/vaccinations.htm

Instagram

  • Getting a #flu vaccine is more important than ever. Roll your sleeve up and help protect [our community] by getting your #fluvaccine this fall – just like [me/name]! Flu vaccines have been shown to reduce the risk of flu illness, hospitalization, and death and can help save medical resources this fall and winter. Learn more about the benefits of flu vaccine: cdc.gov/flu/
    #FightFlu #MaskUp #LatherUp #SleeveUp #FluSeason #PublicHealth
  • Did you get your #flu vaccine yet? I got mine! Roll your #SleeveUp and find a #fluvaccine near you: https://www.vaccinefinder.org/external icon
    #FightFlu #MaskUp #LatherUp #FluSeason #PublicHealth
  • I rolled my sleeve up and got my #flu vaccine. If flu and COVID-19 both spread this fall and winter, #fluvaccine will be more important than ever. Show off your flu vaccine with your #SleeveUp photo: gov/flu/
    #FightFlu #MaskUp #LatherUp #FluSeason #PublicHealth
  • No one has time for #flu. Make time to roll your #SleeveUp and get your #fluvaccine this fall. Help protect yourself, your loved ones, and [our community] from flu and its potentially serious complications. Learn more: cdc.gov/flu/
    #FightFlu #MaskUp #LatherUp #FluSeason #PublicHealth

Twitter

#MaskUp, #LatherUp, and #SleeveUp

This fall and winter, flu viruses and the virus that causes COVID-19 may both spread. Wearing a mask, washing hands often, and getting a flu vaccine are three simple actions that everyone, especially people at higher risk of developing serious flu complications, should take to help reduce the spread of flu and help save medical resources needed to care for people with COVID-19. Encourage followers to #MaskUp, #LatherUp, and roll their #SleeveUp this flu season with sample social media content, videos and graphics.

Facebook

Getting a flu vaccine this fall can reduce your risk of getting flu and help save medical resources needed to care for people with COVID-19. It’s important for everyone to do their part to stay healthy this flu season. Prevent the spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses:

  • Mask Up: Cover your nose and mouth with a mask when out in public.
  • Lather Up: Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.
  • Sleeve Up: Roll up your sleeve to get a flu shot.

The more people vaccinated against flu, the more people protected from flu.

Learn more: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/season/protect-your-health.html

Instagram

Getting a #fluvaccine this fall can reduce your risk of getting #flu and help save medical resources for the care of people with #COVID19. It’s important for everyone to do their part to stay healthy this flu season.

Prevent the spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses.
#MaskUp: Cover your nose and mouth with a mask when out in public.
#LatherUp: Wash hands frequently with soap and water.
#SleeveUp: Roll up your sleeve to get a flu shot.

The more people vaccinated against #flu, the more people protected from flu. Learn more: cdc.gov/flu

#FightFlu #FluSeason #PublicHealth

Twitter

Getting a #fluvaccine is more important than ever.

Help prevent the spread of #flu:
#MaskUp
#LatherUp your hands w/ soap & water
Roll your #SleeveUp for a flu vaccine

The more people vaccinated against flu, the more people protected! Learn more: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/season/protect-your-health.html

LinkedIn

Getting a flu vaccine now is more important than ever to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community. Your flu vaccine also helps protect essential workers and save medical resources to care for patients with COVID-19.

Help prevent flu this season and roll up your sleeve for your annual flu vaccine. Learn more: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/season/protect-your-health.html

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