Resources to Help Schools Promote COVID-19 Vaccination
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends everyone 12 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Schools can play a vital role in promoting vaccination uptake. The CDC has developed resources school leaders can use to support vaccination and improve health literacy in their communities.
The Public Health Communications Collaborative (PHCC) promotes the value of public health to protect health, safety, and the economy, and it highlights the positive work of the CDC and public health agencies nationwide. To support vaccination efforts, PHCC and the COVID Collaborative have created social media messages and shareable graphics for school administrators, educators, and staff with resources created or curated by the CDC.
Click on an image below to download and share their infographic. Or visit their web site for sample Tweets and other easy-to-share social messaging for LinkedIn, Facebook, or Instagram. Learn more at publichealthcollaborative.org.
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- Vaccination is our path to ending the #COVID19 pandemic, and the CDC recommends everyone 12 and older get a #vaccine. As we return to in-person learning, here are 6 ways schools can promote COVID-19 vaccination: https://publichealthcollaborative.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/20210806_PHCC-6ways.pdf