AHA has a new toolkit that hospitals and health systems can use in their communities to encourage vaccinations against influenza and COVID-19. The materials, which are part of AHA’s annual United Against the Flu campaign, are tailored for social media outreach, with sample messages, suggested hashtags and image assets that stress the importance of vaccinations during the flu season and getting vaccinated for COVID-19 (including boosters).

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