Who Needs A Flu Vaccine?

Influenza, commonly referred to as the 'flu', is a severe respiratory illness that is easily spread and can lead to severe complications, even death. Each year in the U.S. on average, influenza and its related complications result in approximately 226,000 hospitalizations and over 23,600 deaths. Combined with pneumonia, influenza is the nation's eighth leading cause of death. You can help avoid getting and spreading influenza by getting vaccinated each year.

Learn about Who Needs A Flu Vaccine.
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/whoshouldvax.htm

Vaccination

Get Vaccinated! Don't Get Flu. Don't Spread Flu. Visit www.cdc.gov/flu

Seasonal Influenza Educational Materials

Educational Posters and Brochures

English

Follow this simple advice to keep your germs to yourself! Keep Your Germs to Yourself - Stay Home What to do? - When someone at home has the flu (brochure) Keep Your Germs to Yourself - Cover Your Cough Keep Your Germs to Yourself - Hand Washing Got the flu? Here's what to do: Ask for a mask! Did you ask about masks? This is how germs spread… It's sickening! (poster) This is how germs spread… It's sickening! (poster) Standard Respiratory Precautions (PDF, 185 KB) Cover Your Cough - Preventing the Flu - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Protect Your Patients, Protect Your Family, Protect Yourself! (poster) Keep Your Germs to Yourself (poster) Stopping the flu is up to you (poster) Keep our School Healthy (poster) Visitors are welcome ... but the flu is NOT! (poster) Stop! Do you have Fever? Cough? Trouble breathing? Please tell the staff immediately! (poster) Miracles Drugs: Soap. Protect yourself from the flu. Wash your hand often. (poster) The last person to use this had the flu. Wash your hands (poster) Cover & Cough. Preventing the spread of flu is in your own elbow. (poster) Pandemic Flu: 3 Things to KNOW, 3 Things to DO, 3 Places to GO to Learn More - Color Pandemic Flu: 3 Things to KNOW, 3 Things to DO, 3 Places to GO to Learn More - Black and White

Spanish

Siga estos simples consejos y ¡No desparrame gérmenes! (tarjeta de bolsillo) Quédese con sus microbios: No salga de su casa y evite el contacto directo con los demás (cartel) ¿Qué se debe hacer? cuando alguien en la casa tiene gripe (folleta) No desparrame gérmenes - use un pañuelo de papel… (cartel) No desparrame gérmenes - lávase las manos… (cartel) ¿Tiene la gripe? Sepa lo que debe hacer: pida un máscara (cartel) ¿Ha averiguado sobre las mascarillas? (folleta) Así es como se transmiten los microbios ... es enfermante (folleta) Así es como se transmiten los microbios ... es enfermante (cartel) ¡Quédese con sus MICROBIOS! ¡De usted depende parar la gripe! Mantengamos la escuela sana Visitors are welcome ... but the flu is NOT! (poster) Stop! Do you have Fever? Cough? Trouble breathing? Please tell the staff immediately! (poster) Médicaments miracle: Savon. Protégez-vous contre la grippe. Lavez-vous souvent les mains. La última persona que usó esto tenía influenza. Lávese las manos Cúbrase y tosa. Prevenir la propagación de la influenza está en sus propias propios codos Gripe pandémica: 3 cosas que DEBE SABER, 3 coasa que DEBE HACER, 3 lugares donde puede informarse mejor - Color Gripe pandémica: 3 cosas que DEBE SABER, 3 coasa que DEBE HACER, 3 lugares donde puede informarse mejor - Negro y Blanco

Additional Languages

  • Miracles Drugs: Soap. Protect yourself from the flu. Wash your hand often. (poster)
  • Cover & Cough. Preventing the spread of flu is in your own hands elbow. (poster)
  • The last person to use this had the flu. Wash your hands - Toilet Handle (poster)
  • This is how germs spread… It's sickening! (flyer)