Partner Toolkit


Materials on this page are provided by Washington state agencies and local health jurisdictions to help partners Spread the Facts about COVID-19. Please use any of these materials to help with your own outreach efforts. For an explanation of each toolkit material type and suggestions on how to use them, refer to this User Guide.

To create your own resources, refer to this Style Guide to align messaging and visuals with Washington State's campaign. 

For tools to help you with terms and consistency when writing and talking about COVID-19, refer to this guide.

See the business signage toolkit for updated mask requirement signs.

Check back often. We will post new resources as they become available.

COVID-19 Vaccine Communications

Vaccinate WA.

Campaign materials developed to explain vaccines, answer common questions, and encourage COVID-19 vaccination.

Languages: English | Spanish | Amharic | Arabic | Burmese | Chinese (Simplified) | Chinese (Traditional) | Chuukese | Farsi | French | German | Hindi | Hmong | Japanese | Karen | Khmer (Cambodian) | Korean | Lao | Marshallese | Nepali | Oromo | Portuguese | Punjabi | Romanian | Russian | Samoan | Somali | Swahili | Tagalog | Tamil | Telugu | Thai | Tigrinya | Ukrainian | Urdu | Vietnamese

Materials: banners, video, radio, print, social media graphics

WA Notify

Poster that reads: Feel Safer As Things Open Up - Get COVID-19 Exposure Alerts

Campaign materials developed to explain a new tool that works through smartphones, without sharing any personal information, to alert users if they may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Languages: English | Spanish | Chinese (Simplified) | Chinese (Traditional) | French | German | Hindi | Japanese | Khmer | Korean | Lao | Nepali | Portuguese | Punjabi | Romanian | Russian | Swahili | Tamil | Telugu | Thai | Ukrainian | Vietnamese

Materials: banners, print ads, printable materials, radio, social media ads, videos

What to do if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed

image of man sneezing with woman next to him and a clock in the background

Materials that describe the steps to take if someone thinks they have COVID-19 or have been exposed.

Languages: English and Spanish

Materials: Videos, posters, social media posts


COVID-19 is Real

White text on black background. Saying one last goodbye to your mother. Via video chat. COVID-19 is Real. Wear a mask, stay 6 ft apart, wash your hands.

Campaign materials address the reality of COVID-19.

Languages: English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese


Materials: banners, print ads, video, billboard

Suicide Prevention

Purple text on blue background. How do you cope during COVID-19?

Encourage people to get help and look out for the mental health of their loved ones. Primary goal is preventing suicide during COVID-19 pandemic. 

Languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, and Russian


Materials: radio ads, banner ads and videos

Knock Out Flu: Think of it as Essential

Father with daughter. "Think of it as essential. Get a flu vaccine. Visit"

Encourage people to get a flu vaccine. 

Languages: English, Spanish

Materials: posters, postcards, radio script, social graphics, social media posts, videos, blog, newsletter articles, email, email signatures, email graphics

Infographic Library

what is COVID-19 infographic.

Infographics about COVID-19, available in color and black and white.


Languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Simplified Chinese, and Russian


More Partner Resources

How Right Now

How Right Now is an initiative to address people’s feelings of grief, loss, and worry during COVID-19. Support for the How Right Now initiative is provided by the CDC Foundation.

Reducing stigma

Resources to help reduce social stigma.

Stigma reduction (pdf)

UNICEF - Social stigma associated with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

American Sign Language (ASL) Resources

For a collection of helpful ASL resources on COVID-19, please visit the Department of Health American Sign Language (ASL) landing page. We will be continuously looking for new topics, content, and articles that are relevant to the hard of hearing, deaf, deafblind community during the COVID-19 response.