The AHA has released new resources that hospitals and health systems can use to encourage communities to stay healthy and protect themselves against the flu and COVID-19. The resources, which include digital and social media assets, include messaging that you can use to promote COVID-19 vaccinations – including booster shots – and flu vaccinations. Visit the AHA webpage for more information and resources.  
  
In addition, the AHA is continuing its national, multi-faceted “thank you” campaign to express profound appreciation for our nation’s hospital and health care workers and reiterate how highly they are valued. The campaign features videos, public service announcements and other digital assets that hospitals and health systems are encouraged to adapt and share on social media to reinforce the crucial role hospitals and health care workers play in their communities. See AHA’s webpage for more information and resources.  
 

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