To continue emphasizing the message of protecting against both the flu and COVID-19, AHA’s Wear A Mask and United Against the Flu campaigns today released new resources, including new sample social media messages and graphics that hospitals and health systems can use to reiterate the importance of getting a flu shot, wearing a mask and practicing good hygiene. New resources will be released each month; you can find additional materials and digital toolkits on each campaign’s respective websites.

In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released several resources for its National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 6-12. Find social media messages, templates, a public service announcement and more. CDC will host a coordinated “tweetstorm” at noon ET on Dec. 9 and encourages others to post content around the importance of the flu vaccination.

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