- Preventing seasonal flu: CDC says “Take 3” steps to fight the flu developed by CDC provides strategies and downloadable materials such as posters and public service announcements (PSA) to protect against the flu.
- Seasonal flu basics fact sheets developed by CDC for consumers.
- Seasonal Flu: What To Do If You Get Sick fact sheet developed by CDC for consumers.
- CDC’s Flu Information for Businesses and Employers Web page offers resources for employers, including guidelines, checklists, ecards, posters, and other resources. The document Make It Your Business to Fight the Flu pdf icon[PDF-3M] is a toolkit with recommended strategies for employers and businesses.
- Build awareness among your employees about which vaccines are right for them. A user-friendly quiz is found here: What Vaccines Do You Need? A two-page handout titled, “Do You Know Which Vaccines You Might Need?pdf icon[PDF-252K]“ prepares employees to have more meaningful discussions with their health care providers about their individual vaccine needs.
- CDC’s Adult Immunization Schedule —You can syndicate CDC’s adult immunization schedule so it appears on your Web site under your company’s banner. Through this process, the immunization schedule that appears on your page will always be the most current version. Whenever CDC updates a schedule, your page will automatically display the same update. Instructions and a link for technical assistance (if needed) is found here: Display Immunization Schedules on Your Web Site.
- CDC provides an extensive list of free publications and resources for clinicians and the general public in The Flu Gallery including podcasts, public service announcements, posters, and flu prevention e-cards.
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Occupational Safety and Health Administration support a pandemic flu website for workplace planningexternal icon with information for employers including education materials, checklists, and guidance on flu prevention.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Flu Activity and Surveillance website provides information on the annual number of influenza cases on a state or national level.
Page last reviewed: February 29, 2020