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Social Media Messages
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
Sample message 3
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective during pregnancy. Getting COVID-19 shots and boosters can protect you from serious illness and can also pass protection onto your baby. #ProtectyourBaby #Getyourcovidshot #DontWaitVaccinate
Sample message 4
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 5 (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.
Sample message 6
Babies under 6 months of age are too young to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Circle your baby with protection. Make sure that you and others around the baby are current with your COVID-19 vaccine and boosters.
Spanish Social Media Messages
Sample message 1 - Spanish
¿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 tosferina (Tdap). #NoEspereAVacunarse
Sample message 5 - Spanish
Las embarazadas que tengan COVID-19 y gripe (influenza) tienen más probabilidades de tener un parto antes de término y sufrir de otras condiciones graves en el embarazo. Hable con su médico para recibir las dos vacunas en la misma visita. #NoEspereAVacunarse