Be sure to include flu vaccination photos with these posts:
- [INSERT NAME] is leading by example & encouraging others to protect themselves & those around them! #GetVaccinated to help #FightFlu
- [INSERT ORGANIZATION] joins @NFIDvaccines to help spread the word: Every year, #GetVaccinated to help #FightFlu!
- [INSERT ORGANIZATION] encourages everyone age 6 months & older to #GetVaccinated annually to help #FightFlu!
- Kicking-off #flu season with @NFIDvaccines. Don’t hesitate…#vaccinate and help #FightFlu
By leveraging survey research, the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) is working to develop targeted communications to help raise awareness of the importance of prevention and treatment, and to increase vaccination rates among US Black adults
The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) commissioned two national surveys (conducted online from October 28-November 8, 2021) to better understand knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward flu and pneumococcal disease vaccination as well as communication between healthcare professionals (HCPs) and adult patients with chronic health conditions.
The best way to help protect against flu and COVID-19 is to get vaccinated