Millions of Americans are now eligible to get a COVID-19 booster dose. The following communications resources — including topline talking points, answers to tough questions, sample social media posts and graphics — can help you answer questions about COVID-19 vaccine booster doses and support your local vaccination outreach.
The CDC recommends that all adolescents age 12 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine. With the FDA reviewing Pfizer’s application to expand pediatric vaccine eligibility to children ages 5-11, now is the time to continue promoting vaccination for already eligible children, teens, and their parents and caregivers. Download and share these new graphics to use […]
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To support a safe and healthy return to school, the Public Health Communications Collaborative and the COVID Collaborative have created a one-page resource for school administrators, educators, and staff with resources created or curated by the CDC.
The FDA’s full approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine presents an opportunity for public health experts and state, local and federal officials to further emphasize the safety and effectiveness of the three authorized vaccines.
Schools are trusted institutions in their communities and can play a vital role in promoting COVID-19 vaccination. From setting up a school-located vaccination clinic to engaging with trusted community partners, there are many ways schools can help to increase vaccination uptake among students and the broader community.