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We invite flu prevention advocates to utilize our suite of social media graphics to help us raise awareness of the dangers of flu and the need for annual flu vaccination.

These messages highlight the dangers of flu and the importance of flu vaccination among children, adolescents, pregnant women, adults and seniors. They also emphasize the importance of getting an annual flu vaccine to help keep our homes, schools, teams and offices healthy. Each graphic is designed in a square and horizontal orientation for use on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest or LinkedIn. 

If you would like to discuss the possibility of co-branding any of our images, please contact us at contact@familiesfightingflu.org or call 1-888-236-3358. 


General Flu Prevention Messaging

The follow graphics focus on the importance of community immunity and the idea that an increased rate of flu vaccination can help protect vulnerable populations such as infants too young to be vaccinated, older adults and people with chronic health conditions who often suffer with flu complications.

 


Flu Prevention Messaging for Children & Adolescents

The follow graphics are intended to encourage increased flu vaccination rates among toddlers, young children and adolescents.

Flu Vaccination Reduces Risk of Death in Children

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Keep Teams Healthy - Martin

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Keep Homes Healthy - Ayzlee

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Keep Homes Healthy - Cayden

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Keep Schools Healthy - Caroline 

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Keep Schools Healthy - Joseph 

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Flu Prevention Messaging for Adults, Pregnant Women & Seniors

Every year otherwise healthy adults are hospitalized and die from flu.  And individuals 65 years of age and older tend to have the highest rate of complications from flu.  These graphics were designed to emphasize the importance of getting vaccinated as an adult.

Older Adult Flu Vaccination

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Flu Vaccination Protects Expectant Women

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Flu Vaccination In Pregnancy Protects Baby

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Dangers of Flu Based on 2017-2018 Flu Season Statistics

The 2017-2018 flu season was a particularly dangerous one in which it has been estimated that 48.8 million Americans suffered with flu, 949,000 were hospitalized due to flu, and 79,400 died due to flu related complications, including 185 children.  Unfortunately, there are still some individuals who don't realize that flu is dangerous or potentially deadly and they fail to protect themselves (and others) with an annual flu vaccine. These graphics are intended to highlight the dangers of flu by illustrating last season's statistics.

2017-2018 Flu Season: Highly Deadly

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2017-2018 Flu Season: More Deaths than Car Crashes

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