Shingles Social Media Suggestions

As a trusted resource in your community, we need your help to spread the word about the importance of shingles prevention through vaccination. Below are sample social media posts, video and audio links, and sample newsletter/website language to help you share information about shingles. Please feel free to modify and add language to make it your own. Graphics are also included to pair with social media posts. 

Twitter Posts



   
Ask your healthcare professional about #vaccines to #PreventShingles today! www.nfid.org/shingles #Shingles can cause severe pain & keep you from things you enjoy, but it doesn’t have to...#PreventShingles www.nfid.org/shingles
   

 
Don’t miss out on life’s best moments!
Ask your healthcare professional about #vaccines to #PreventShingles www.nfid.org/shingles

Facebook Posts


 
     
Don't miss out on life's best memories! Ask your healthcare professional about the safe and effective shingles vaccine. Learn more about how to #PreventShingles at: www.nfid.org/shingles   Don’t wait to vaccinate! The next time you are at your pharmacy or doctor’s office, ask about the shingles vaccine. Learn more about preventing shingles at: www.nfid.org/shingles
     

   
There are an estimated 1 million cases of shingles each year in the US and the risk of shingles increases as you get older. About half of all cases occur in men and women age 60 years or older. Almost 1 out of every 3 adults in the US will develop shingles, also known as zoster or herpes zoster, in their lifetime. Visit www.nfid.org/shingles to learn about the safe and effective shingles vaccine at: www.nfid.org/shingles #PreventShingles
  Shingles can cause severe pain and keep you from doing the things that you enjoy, but it doesn’t have to. Shingles can cause a painful rash and nerve pain that can last for months or even years. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the shingles vaccination and learn more at: www.nfid.org/shingles and #GetVaccinated to #PreventShingles!