Pregnancy

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Social Media Messages

Suggested Hashtags

#DontWaitVaccinate
#ItsSafeToComeIn
#CallYourDoctor
#VaccinesSaveLives
#VaccinesWork
#Covid19
#Covid19CAfamilies
#Vaccines
#Immunizations
#Protectyourbaby
#Pregnancy

Sample message 1 (Spanish below)

Expecting? Be sure to talk with your medical team about ways to keep your baby healthy and safe, including getting flu, COVID-19, and whooping cough (Tdap) shots. http://bit.ly/Pregnancy-Vaccinations

Sample message 2

Pregnant? CDC recommends that all pregnant women get a Tdap shot in their 3rd trimester at 27-36 weeks. This is a simple way to #protectyourbaby now and in the future. #Pregnancy http://bit.ly/Pregnancy-Vaccinations

COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy

Current data show no safety concerns of COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy. Getting a COVID shot can protect you from serious illness and may pass protection onto your baby. #ProtectyourBaby #Getyourcovidshot #DontWaitVaccinate

Sample message 3

Looking for peace of mind during your pregnancy? Be sure to talk with your medical team about ways to keep your baby healthy and safe, including getting flu, COVID-19, and whooping cough (Tdap) shots. http://bit.ly/Pregnancy-Vaccinations

Sample message 4 (Spanish below)

Pregnant women with COVID-19 and flu are more likely to have preterm birth and other poor pregnancy outcomes. Talk with your doctor about getting both shots at the same visit.

Spanish Social Media Messages

Suggested Hashtags

#covid19cafamilias
#LlameASuPediatra
#LasVacunasSonEsenciales
#LasVacunasSalvanVidas
#LasVacunasFuncionan
#NoEspereAVacunarse

 

Sample message 1

¿Está #embarazada? Asegúrese de hablar con su equipo médico sobre las formas de mantener a su bebé sano y seguro, incluyendo las vacunas contra la influenza (gripe), el COVID-19 y la tos ferina (Tdap). #NoEspereAVacunarse
https://bit.ly/VacunasParaMiEmbarazo 

Sample message 4

Las embarazadas que tengan COVID-19 y gripe tienen más probabilidades de tener un parto antes de término y otros efectos poco agradables en el embarazo. Hable con su médico sobre cómo aplicarse las dos vacunas en la misma visita. #NoEspereAVacunarse