Partners are welcome to use the communications materials below to promote the flu vaccine. These materials explain the importance of getting vaccinated, who is most at risk, and how to find a vaccine. Check back regularly for updated material.
Audiences: general, older adults (65 and older), people at higher risk for flu complications, school/parents, health care workers
Refer to this User Guide for an explanation of each toolkit material type and suggestions for how to use them.
Radio ad scripts/On-hold phone message
Social media graphics, text, and sample posts
Newsletter & drop-In articles
Email and signature samples
Infographic: Is it COVID-19 (or is it flu)?
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Washington State Department of Health, Flu Information (KnockOutFlu.org)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Influenza (Flu)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Seasonal Flu Digital Media Toolkit
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Promoting Vaccination in the Workplace
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Influenza Vaccination Week
- Immunity Community Washington, Mobile Clinic Guide
- National Minority Quality Forum and Center for Sustainable Health Care, A Call for Community-Driven Equity in Flu Vaccination communications toolkit
- Vaccinate Your Family, Flu Toolkit