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Meningococcal Disease: Sample Social Media Posts

Facebook Posts:

  • #DYK: 1 in 10 people who contract meningitis die and 2 in 10 survive with long-term complications? There are two types of vaccines that may help #PreventMeningitis. Learn more at www.nfid.org/meningococcal
  • Are you between 16-23 years old? If so, you’re at higher at risk for meningococcal disease. Talk to a healthcare professional about the two types of #vaccines that may help #PreventMeningitis! Visit www.nfid.org/meningococcal to learn more
  • Share this PSA with any adolescents/young adults you know to help spread awareness about #meningococcal disease prevention! http://bit.ly/meningitis-psa
  • Meningococcal disease can be deadly. There are two types of #vaccines that can help prevent it. Share this PSA to help spread awareness! http://bit.ly/meningitis-psa

Twitter Posts:

  • HCPs influence patient decisions about #vaccination. Help #PreventMeningitis with #NFID tools & resources: http://bit.ly/meningitis-toolkit
  • Serogroup B #meningococcal disease has caused outbreaks on US college campuses. Learn more: http://bit.ly/meningitis-psa
  • RT if you’ve gotten #vaccinated against #meningitis! Learn more: http://www.nfid.org/meningococcal #GetVaccinated #PreventMeningitis
  • You may regret some things in life, but you won’t regret getting vaccinated against #meningococcal disease! http://bit.ly/meningitis-psa
  • Early symptoms of #meningitis can be mistaken for #flu and can be deadly! #GetVaccinated #PreventMeningitis http://www.nfid.org/meningococcal
  • #DYK: Up to 2 in 10 who get #meningococcal disease suffer permanent complications? http://www.nfid.org/meningococcal
  • Meningococcal disease can quickly cause death within 1-2 days. Learn about #vaccines available to help prevent it: http://www.nfid.org/meningococcal
  • Are you between 16-23 years old? Ask your HCP about #vaccines available to help #PreventMeningitis! http://www.nfid.org/meningococcal

Additional Resources

Meningococcal Disease in Adults

Many adults need to be vaccinated if they are at increased risk of meningococcal disease, including college students, military personnel, and some international travelers