Fight The Flu Media Toolkit
Virginia Gay Hospital’s Fight The Flu campaign materials are available to assist partners in communicating about the importance of vaccination. This digital toolkit includes sample social media and newsletter content, graphics, web assets, and media prep material. This material is downloadable and shareable.
Print Ready Material
Sample Press Release
Virginia Gay Hospital and Clinics have just released a campaign encouraging everyone to avoid influenza. The “Fight The Flu” campaign is targeted at informing and encouraging the community to take the flu seriously, and to take the simple steps needed to protect yourself and those who can’t protect themselves.
Virginia Gay urges everyone to get their flu vaccination before the peak flu season. Influenza is a contagious respiratory disease that can lead to serious illness, hospitalization, or even death. Last year 80,000 children, adolescents, adults and seniors lost their lives to influenza-related causes.
Social Media Images & Messages
Last year alone 80,000 deaths were influenza-related. #FightTheFlu for yourself and those around you by scheduling your vaccination appointment today.
Protect, Prevent, Vaccinate. Help your family #FightTheFlu by getting your flu vaccine now, before flu begins spreading in your community.
It takes about two weeks after vaccination for the body to build up protection against flu. Take action today and #FightTheFlu for yourself and those around you.
Women who are pregnant that get the flu shot are not only protecting themselves; they also #FightTheFlu for their baby who can’t get vaccinated until six months of age.
Flu is spread by contact. #FightTheFlu for yourself and your friends by getting your flu vaccine today!
Did you know there are different vaccines recommended for different age groups? #FightTheFlu by talking with your doctor about which vaccine is right for you.
You have the power to protect those who can’t protect themselves. Help #FightTheFlu for yourself and others by getting your flu vaccine today!