The CDC recommends that everyone age 5 and older 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.
Along with getting vaccinated and boosted, wearing a well-fitting mask over your mouth and nose in indoor public settings or crowds is crucial to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Experts recommend you upgrade your mask to a high filtration respirator if you want optimal protection. Use this resource to promote the highest level of mask protection in your community. The resource is also available in Spanish.
As scientists and public health officials learn more about the Omicron variant, we will keep our resources updated with key messages to support your communications. Download and share these new graphics to use in your local COVID-19 communication and emphasize topline messages about the new variant. (more…)
On November 2, the CDC recommended that children age 5-11 get a COVID-19 vaccine, expanding pediatric vaccine eligibility to all children and adolescents age 5 and older. Use these sample…
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. (more…)
Getting vaccinated and boosted is the best way to protect yourself and others against COVID-19—and the best way to get us all back to doing what we love safely. Download these shareable graphics along with sample social posts to use in your local COVID-19 communication and vaccination outreach.
As the delta variant has quickly become the dominant strain worldwide, most COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations continue to be are unvaccinated people. Download and share these new graphics to use in your local COVID-19 communication and vaccination outreach. (more…)