CDC releases COVID-19 vaccine communication toolkit for essential workers

The toolkit includes fact sheets, posters, social media templates, stickers and other materials to help educate employees about the vaccine


By Laura French

ATLANTA — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have released a communications toolkit to help educate essential workers about the COVID-19 vaccine.

The CDC encourages organizations to use the materials included in the toolkit to raise awareness about the benefits of vaccination and address common questions and concerns.

The CDC's vaccine communications toolkit for essential workers includes graphics and posters featuring different professions, including first responders and public safety workers.
The CDC's vaccine communications toolkit for essential workers includes graphics and posters featuring different professions, including first responders and public safety workers. (Photo/CDC)

Included in the toolkit are fact sheets and FAQs about the vaccine, informational posters that can be printed and displayed at the workplace, printable stickers to give out to those who have gotten the vaccine and presentation slides for educating staff members about COVID-19 immunization. 

The kit also includes letter, newsletter and social media templates for organizations to further raise awareness about the vaccine. The toolkit offers graphics and posters featuring workers in different professions, including first responders and public safety workers. 

Access the full toolkit on the CDC's website

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