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Vaccine Development social media toolkit

This graphic outlines the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's process to ensure that vaccines are tested thoroughly before being offered to the public. See below for sample messaging and additional sizes for social media channels. For more detail about the review process, see the CDC's webpage "Ensuring Safe Vaccines in the United States."

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Twitter messages:

How can you be sure a #COVID19 vaccine will be safe? The @US_FDA thoroughly tests vaccines before they are offered to the public. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/ensuring-safe-vaccines.html [attach graphic as an image]

Curious about #COVID19 vaccine safety? This graphic explains the @US_FDA review process for all new vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/ensuring-safe-vaccines.html [attach graphic as an image]

Facebook messages:

Wondering if a COVID-19 vaccine will be safe? Check out this graphic to learn more about the @FDA’s three-phase process for testing vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/ensuring-safe-vaccines.html [insert graphic as an image]

Trying to understand the COVID-19 vaccine development process and safety measures? This graphic shows the three-phase @FDA review process for new vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/ensuring-safe-vaccines.html [insert graphic as an image]

LinkedIn messages:

You've probably heard a lot of news about COVID-19 vaccine trials recently. How can you be sure the vaccine will be safe? This graphic outlines the FDA’s three-phase review process. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/ensuring-safe-vaccines.html [insert graphic as an image]

Instagram messages:

Wondering what #COVID19 vaccine distribution will look like?These graphics show one recommended approach to prioritization. [insert square Instagram images as a slideshow]

Even when there is a safe and effective #COVID19 vaccine, supplies will be limited. These graphics show you what distribution might look like. [insert square Instagram images as a slideshow]

Twitter/Facebook image:

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LinkedIn image:

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Instagram images:

(select "Library" on iPhone or "Gallery" on Android and then upload images)

For more COVID communications resources, visit www.publichealthcollaborative.org

Credits:

Created with an image by M.Rode-Foto - "ampoules with Covid-19 vaccine on a laboratory bench. to fight the coronavirus / sars-cov-2 pandemic."