Influenza and Pneumococcal Immunization Awareness Campaign

Below you will find a number of resources available to you to support your local influenza and pneumococcal immunization awareness campaign.

2021-2022 NACI Statement on Seasonal Influenza Vaccine

 

Resources

Immunize Canada has gone green! Please note that Immunize Canada no longer provides printed resources. Our resources are available for download only; you are welcome to print them. All our resources will remain available online for free, and will be kept up to date! If you have questions, or if you wish to obtain high-resolution files for printing, or if you require adaptation of any Immunize Canada resource, or insertion of your organization’s logo, please contact the Immunize Canada Secretariat.

Social media calendar: December 2021

Social media calendar: November 2021

Social media calendar: October 2021

Influenza

Publicly funded influenza programs

(PDF: 3.1 MB)

Publicly funded influenza programs

Publicly funded seasonal influenza vaccines 2021-2022

(PDF: 1.1 MB)

Publicly Funded Seasonal Influenza Vaccines

 

Lower your flu risk: pregnant people

(poster 1 – PDF: 1.6 MB)

Lower your flu risk - pregnancy - poster

Lower your child’s flu risk

(poster 3 – PDF: 1.2 MB)

Lower your child's flu risk

Lower your flu risk: young adults

(poster 3 – PDF: 993 KB)

Lower your flu risk - young adults

Lower your flu risk: Indigenous people

(poster 4 – PDF: 1.9 MB)

Lower your flu risk - Indigenous people

Lower your flu risk: people with chronic medical conditions

(poster 5 – PDF: 168 KB)

Lower your flu risk - people with chronic medical conditions

Lower your flu risk: health care professionals

(poster 6 – PDF: 1.1 MB)

Lower your flu risk - health care professionals

Lower your flu risk: if you provide care or services to others

(poster 7 – PDF: 219 KB)

Lower your flu risk - if you provide care or services to others

Lower your flu risk: adults 65 years of age and older

(poster 8 – PDF: 262 KB)

Lower your flu risk - adults 65 years of age and older - poster

 

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - pregnancy

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your child's flu risk - children 6 months and older

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - young adults

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - Indigenous people

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - people with chronic conditions

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - health care professionals

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - caregivers

Lower your flu risk

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Lower your flu risk - adults 65 years of age and older

Influenza: drift or shift?

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Read. Learn. Understand. Influenza: 'drift' or 'shift'

Read. Learn. Understand. Influenza in the Media. Knowing Your Source of Information.

(PDF: 215 KB)

Influenza prevention in children

(infographic – PDF: 656 KB)

Influenza prevention in children - infographic

Influenza prevention in people with asthma

(infographic – PDF: 110 KB)

Influenza prevention in people with asthma - infographic

 

Influenza prevention in adults

(infographic – PDF: 563 KB)

Influenza prevention in adults - infographic

Influenza prevention in seniors

(infographic – PDF: 514 KB)

Influenza prevention in seniors - infographic

The Story of Influenza

(infographic – PDF: 840 KB)

The Story of Influenza - infographic

Read. Learn. Lower your flu risk

(factsheet – PDF:  219 KB)

Read. Learn. Lower your flu risk.

Influenza Q & A

(factsheet – PDF:  118 KB)

Influenza Q & A factsheet

 

“I put my health first.”               

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"I put my health first." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

A healthy lifestyle includes routine vaccination.

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A healthy lifestyle includes routine vaccinations. Talk to your healthcare provider about recommended vaccinations.

A healthy lifestyle includes routine vaccination.

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A healthy lifestyle includes routine vaccination. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Learn more about vaccine scheduling.

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Learn more about vaccine scheduling. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Learn more about vaccine scheduling.

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Learn more about vaccine scheduling. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

“I know it’s important to lower my risk.”

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"I know it's important to lower my risk." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

“I know it’s important to lower my risk.”

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"I know it's important to lower my risk." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Make your experience better.   

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Make your experience better. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Protected, together.

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Protected, together. Ask your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Protect your good health.         

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Protect your good health. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Vaccines work.                             

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Vaccines work. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

“I keep up to date so that I can do the things that matter most.”    

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"I keep up to date so I can do the things that matter most." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

“I keep up to date so that I can do the things that matter most.”      

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"I keep up to date so that I can do the things that matter most." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

“At 65, I knew I had a higher risk of complications.”      

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"At 65, I knew I had a higher risk of complications." Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Protect the ones you love.        

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Protect the ones you love. Talk to your health care provider about recommended vaccinations.

Pneumococcal

Preventing Pneumococcal Disease in Adults and Children

(infographic) – PDF: 873 KB)

Preventing Pneumococcal Disease in Adults and Children - infographic

Pneumococcal disease: children under two years of age

(poster – PDF: 60 KB)

Pneumococcal disease - children under two years of age - poster

Pneumococcal disease: adults 65 and older and adults living with a chronic illness

(poster – PDF: 61 KB)

Pneumococcal disease - adults 65 and older and adults living with a chronic illness - poster

Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease

(brochure – PDF: 554 KB)

Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease (brochure)

Pneumococcal disease – children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease - children under two (social media image)

Pneumococcal disease – adults 65 and older and adults living with a chronic illness  

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Pneumococcal disease - adults 65 and older (social media image)

Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza - children under 2

Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza - 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness

 

 

 

 


Last Updated: 07 December 2021