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Seniors Vaccine Guide

June 2024

Older adults have a high risk of developing vaccine-preventable diseases, and a higher risk of developing severe symptoms that can lead to hospitalization.

 

It is essential to stay on top of recommended vaccines. This guide will cover all vaccination guidelines applicable to older adults.

This resource will soon be available in CHamoru, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Hawaiian, Hindi, Hmong, Marshallese, Samoan, Tongan, and Vietnamese.

Seniors Vaccine Guide
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Long COVID Social Graphics

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March 2024

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This campaign’s goal is to increase awareness about Long COVID, a variety of symptoms that can affect anybody that has been infected with COVID-19. Though the public health emergency for COVID-19 has ended, COVID-19 still poses significant risks and can negatively impact health and quality of life post-infection.

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This resource is available in Hmong and Korean, and will soon be available in Arabic, Bangla, Burmese, Cebuano, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chuukese, Farsi/Persian, Fijian, Gujarati, Hawaiian, Hindi, Ilocano, Indonesian, Karen, Khmer, Kosraean, Lao, Malayalam, Marshallese, Nepali, Palauan, Pohpeian, Punjabi, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Tongan, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Yapese.

RSV: A Guide

January 2024

During this respiratory virus season, anyone can be at risk of being infected by the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

 

Refer to this guide for general information on symptoms, transmission, and prevention of RSV. Stay healthy and stay safe!

This resource is available in Arabic, Bangla, Burmese, Farsi/Persian, Gujarati, Hindi, Hmong, Indonesian, Karen, Khmer, Lao, Malayalam, Nepali, Spanish, Thai, Tongan, Urdu, and Vietnamese, and will soon be available in Cebuano, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chuukese, Fijian, Hawaiian, Ilocano, Korean, Kosraean, Malayalam, Marshallese, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Punjabi, Samoan, Tagalog, and Yapese.

RSV: A Guide

2023-2024 COVID-19 Vaccine Guide

January 2024

In September 2023, the CDC and FDA approved the new 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine formulation for distribution to fight against the descendants of the Omicron (XBB) variant. As of January 2024, getting vaccinated is still the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from severe illness and hospitalization due to COVID-19 infection.

 

Visit vaccines.gov to find where underinsured/uninsured adults over 18 get a free COVID-19 vaccine through the CDC's Bridge Access Program.

This resource is available in Arabic, Chuukese, Hmong, Korean, Kosraean, Marshallese, Punjabi, Spanish, and Vietnamese, and will soon be available in Bangla, Burmese, Cebuano, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Farsi/Persian, Fijian, Gujarati, Hawaiian, Hindi, Ilocano, Indonesian, Karen, Khmer, Kosraean, Lao, Malayalam, Nepali, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Samoan, Tagalog, Thai, Tongan, Urdu, and Yapese.

2023-2024 COVD-19 Vaccine Guide

RSV Fact Sheet

December 2023

Infants and older adults are the most likely to be the most negatively impacted by respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

 

Getting the vaccine or antibody and common-sense preventive measures like washing your hands and staying home when sick are all ways to protect yourself and your loved ones against RSV this respiratory virus season.

This resource is available in Arabic, Bangla, Burmese, Farsi/Persian, Gujarati, Hindi, Hmong, Indonesian, Karen, Khmer, Lao, Malayalam, Nepali, Spanish, Thai, Urdu, and Vietnamese, and will soon be available in Cebuano, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chuukese, Fijian, Hawaiian, Ilocano, Korean, Kosraean, Marshallese, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Punjabi, Samoan, Tagalog, Tongan, and Yapese.

RSV Fact Sheet

Tripledemic Carousel

December 2023

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The focus of National Influenza Immunization Week (NIVW) 2023 is the tripledemic: the combination of the flu, RSV, and COVID-19.

 

For the first time, vaccines are available for ALL 3! Check out our carousel to learn about similarities across the different viruses and how to prevent infection.

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Bridge Access Program FAQ

CDC’s Bridge Access Program provides free COVID-19 vaccines to adults without health insurance and adults whose insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs. This program will end by December 31, 2024.

These FAQs provide an overview of the program.

For more detailed information, visit the CDC website.

October 2023

Bridge Access Program FAQ

Why Should I Get the Flu Shot if I'm Pregnant?

September 2023

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that pregnant people get the flu shot as soon as it is available! Immunization against the flu reduces the risks of complications such as preterm labor/birth and severe illness that requires hospitalization.

Visit cdc.gov or acog.org for more information on the benefits of vaccination during pregnancy.

Why Should I Get the Flu Shot if I'm Pregnant?

Influenza and Pregnancy FAQ

September 2023

Whether you're a new or soon-to-be parent, the CDC and ACIP recommend getting the flu shot while expecting or chestfeeding to protect you and your little one during pregnancy and after birth.


Visit cdc.gov for more information on flu vaccine safety and pregnancy.

Influenza and Pregnancy FAQ

Why Should I Vaccinate My Child for the 2023-2024 Flu Season?

August 2023

Prevent your kids - big and little - from catching the flu this year. Consult your child’s healthcare provider to get them protected from the flu!

Why Should I Vaccinate my Child?

Updated Bivalent Vaccine Flyer

June 2023

The 2022–2023 bivalent vaccines were designed to protect against both the original virus that causes COVID-19 and the Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5. This flyer provide an overview of the bivalent vaccine as of June 2023.

For the latest recommendations regarding COVID-19 vaccines, visit the CDC website.

This resource is available in Arabic, Bangla, Burmese, Cebuano, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chuukese, Farsi/Persian, Hindi, Hmong, Ilocano, Indonesian, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Malayalam, Marshallese, Nepali, Punjabi, Samoan, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese, and will be available in Fijian, Hawaiian, Kosraean, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Tongan, Urdu, and Yapese.

Updated Bivalent Vaccine Fact Sheet
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