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Measles Web Graphics

Share these images, including infographics and web button and banner, on your social media channel or web page to increase awareness of measles symptoms, how easily it spreads, the potential health problems it can cause, and vaccine recommendations.


Infographics (or information graphics) are visual representations of data or knowledge that tell a story through visual communication.

Infographic: Measles is Highly Contagious

Measles is Highly Contagious

This graphic shows that measles is highly contagious.


Travel Checklist

Travel Checklist

This graphic encourages international travelers to include MMR vaccine as part of their travel planning.


Measles: It Isn’t Just a Little Rash

Infographic depicts measles symptoms, including the serious health problems the disease can cause, but parents have the power to protect their children with MMR vaccine. Available in English and Spanish.


International Travel and Measles Infographic

This infographic reminds people to make sure they are vaccinated for measles before international travel. Available in English and Spanish.


Measles importation infographic: Map of the world with arrows from Asia, Africa, and Europe pointing to the US. When measles happens anywhere in the world, it can travel to the US and spread. Make sure you and your family members are up to date on your measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, including before traveling abroad. Ask your doctor if everyone has received all recommended doses of MMR for best protection against measles. Get vaccinated; prevent and stop measles outbreaks.

Importation Infographic

This infographic shows how easily measles spreads and that vaccination is the key to stopping measles outbreaks.


Protect Your Child from Measles

Protect Your Child from Measles

This infographic highlights CDC’s routine measles vaccine recommendations for children, including special vaccine recommendations for children traveling abroad. Share these health messages on your web page. Copy and paste the code to embed the graphic and a link to more prevention information.

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Web Button and Banner

Many healthcare professionals in the United States have never seen a patient with measles and may not recognize the signs and symptoms. CDC urges organizations and associations that reach healthcare professionals to place the web button or banner on your website to connect healthcare professionals to CDC's guidelines for patient evaluation, diagnosis & management of measles.

The button and banner links to the For Healthcare Professionals site.

Web Button

Think Measles. Guidelines for patient evaluation, diagnosis and management.

Web Banner

Think Measles. Guidelines for patient evaluation, diagnosis and management.

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