Sample Social Media Posts


Help spread the word about the importance of influenza (flu) prevention in adults with chronic health conditions using the sample social media posts and accompanying graphics below. Messages may be customized for specific target audiences.

Sample Social Media Posts

     
     
 Patients with chronic health conditions are at high risk for serious health consequences from #flu. Learn more about what you can do to help #FightFlu at www.nfid.org/flu-chronic-health-conditions #GetVaccinated   #DYK: Adults with chronic health conditions are at high risk for serious health consequences from flu, including exacerbation of chronic health conditions, permanent physical decline, risk of heart attack or stroke, and death? Check out #NFID resources at www.nfid.org/flu-chronic-health-conditions 
     
     
Check out #NFID resources about the dangers of #flu & the importance of annual vaccination for adults with chronic health conditions at www.nfid.org/flu-chronic-health-conditions #FightFlu #diabetes #LungDisease #HeartDisease    Inform adults with chronic health conditions like #diabetes #asthma #COPD & #HeartDisease about the dangers of #flu & the importance of annual #vaccination to protect themselves. Download free fact sheets & other resources at www.nfid.org/flu-chronic-health-conditions 
     

   
     

Adults with chronic health conditions are at high risk for complications from #flu, including permanent physical disability & death. Learn about what you can do to help #FightFlu at www.nfid.org/flu #GetVaccinated

   All people with #diabetes should get an annual #flu vaccination to decrease the risk of heart attack or stroke. Learn how to #FightFlu at www.nfid.org/flu #GetVaccinated
     
 
   

If you’re one of the 31+ million US adults with #asthma or #COPD, #flu can cause serious health complications. #GetVaccinated to help #FightFlu. Learn more at www.nfid.org/flu

   #DYK: #Flu can be deadly for people with heart disease? They are up to 10X more likely to have a heart attack within 3 days of flu infection. Learn more about what you can do to help #FightFlu at www.nfid.org/flu #GetVaccinated