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Please use and share these materials to help spread the word about COVID‑19 vaccination and encourage people in your community to get vaccinated.

Check back for new materials and additional translations!

Updated on November 7, 2022: Added multiple translations for the "Updated COVID-19 booster" flyer.

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Flyers

COVID-19 Boosters and Pregnancy

COVID-19 boosters and pregnancy

COVID-19 Boosters are recommended for all people who are pregnant, recently pregnant, lactating, trying to get pregnant, or might become pregnant in the future.

COVID-19 Vaccines & Pregnancy:

COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy

A few things people who are pregnant, recently pregnant, lactating, trying to get pregnant, or might become pregnant in the future should know.

COVID-19 vaccination, pregnancy, and breastfeeding

COVID-19 vaccination, pregnancy, and breastfeeding

Flyer answering common questions about getting a vaccine before pregnancy, while pregnant, or while breastfeeding.

Let's get vaccinated!

English and Vietnamese flyer that encourages people to get vaccinated and offers a resource for assistance making a vaccination appointment. Made in collaboration with the Vietnamese Health Board.

How your organization can support COVID-19 vaccination flyer

Flyer with information for organizations about supporting COVID-19 vaccination among their employees, members and clients.

Slide decks

young girl receiving vaccination

Slide deck with information explaining why it's crucial to get a booster dose, even if you may still catch COVID-19. Underscores the importance of boosters in light of new, more contagious variants, and how booster help people become less sick and keep them out of the hospital.

COVID-19 and pregnancy

Slide deck with information about pregnancy and increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19, the potential of increased risk for poor pregnancy outcomes, and CDC's recommendation for COVID-19 vaccination.

Videos

Videos about vaccine for children ages 5 to 11

Kids ask Dr. Ben Danielson about COVID-19 vaccines for 5 to 11 year olds

Beloved local pediatrician Dr. Ben Danielson answers some common questions from kids about the vaccines. This is a great video for parents to watch with their children before going to get the shot!

Dr. Ben Danielson answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines

Dr. Ben answers parents' questions about the COVID-19 vaccines for 5 to 11 year-olds

Beloved local pediatrician Dr. Ben Danielson answers some common questions from parents about the COVID-19 vaccines for children.

Dr. Ben Danielson answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines

Videos about vaccine for children in Spanish and Somali

Community members discuss how they decided to get vaccinated, what concerns they had, and what their experiences were like. Watch selected videos below or visit YouTube for the entire playlist.

external link Why vaccinated now - Delia, Velia, and SixtaFriends Delia, Velia, and Sixta share how they overcame their fears and got informed before deciding to get their families vaccinated (en Español).
external link Why vaccinated now - EfremEfrem had to make tough decisions a business owner during COVID. Hear how the vaccine helped him keep his staff and customers safe.
external link Why vaccinated now - Jose and MichaelHear what brothers Jose and Michael thought when the vaccine came out, how they decided to go for it, and why they think now is the time to get the vaccine.
external link Why vaccinated now - ConnieConnie, a business owner from Auburn WA, encourages others to take advantage of the COVID Vaccine out of respect for those who did not have that opportunity. (en Español).
external link Why vaccinated now - Tina, Selam, MakdaIn this COVID Conversation, we hear from Tina, Selam, and Makda on why they got vaccinated.

Members of the community share their COVID-19 vaccination experiences.

external link Abdul visited the pop-up vaccination event at Masjid Al-Quba in Kent on July 9, 2021Abdul visited the pop-up vaccination event at Masjid Al-Quba in Kent on July 9, 2021.
external link Adam visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021Adam visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021.
external link Cherie visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021Cherie visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021.
external link Gilberto visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021Gilberto visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021.
external link Hussein visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021Hussein visited the pop-up vaccination event at Multi-Service Center in Federal Way on July 12, 2021.
 

Community members talk about their reasons for getting vaccinated.

external link Why I Vaccinate - Hana TadesseHana has always been afraid of needles. Learn what tips and tricks she used to help her conquer her fear and make the choice to get her COVID-19 vaccine. Protect your community today and schedule your COVID-19 vaccine.
external link Why I Vaccinate - MarsMars was so excited when they became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Watch them tell their story about what made them so ready to get the shot!
external link Why I Vaccinate - Byron WilliamsByron didn't want to get a vaccination at first. Hear what changed his mind and about his experience.

Black doctors, nurses and researchers dispel misinformation and provide accessible facts about the COVID-19 vaccines, including "Hello Black America," a video with W. Kamau Bell. The campaign also has many very short videos on topics addressing concerns about vaccination development, how Black people were included in the clinical trials, vaccination and fertility, and many other questions related to the vaccine: https://www.greaterthancovid.org/theconversation external link

A conversation between Michelle Sarju and Meredith Li-Vollmer from Public Health – Seattle & King County discussing topics such as COVID-19 vaccine safety, historical medical racism and trauma and what gives them hope as two BIPOC women. With ASL interpretation and closed captioning (15 minutes).



How can vaccine and antibody studies move so quickly and still be safe?

Video: How Can Vaccine and Antibody Studies Move So Quickly and Still be Safe?external link

Resources

  • Outreach toolkits for organizations – resources to help families with questions about COVID-19 and vaccine for babies and children 6 months to 5 years. This toolkit is to help community and faith organizations, childcare providers, schools, and other youth service providers answer common questions about COVID vaccination for babies and children 6 months and older. It includes links to videos, flyers, social media graphics, and other resources, and also tips on how organizations can use these resources. Available in English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Outreach toolkits for organizations - COVID-19 Vaccination for Babies and Younger Children
  • Outreach toolkits for organizations – resources to help families with questions about COVID-19 and vaccine for kids 5 to 11 years. This toolkit is to help community and faith organizations, childcare providers, and schools answer common questions about COVID-19 vaccination and protecting children. It includes links to videos, flyers, social media graphics, and other resources, and also tips on how organizations can use these resources. Available in English and Spanish.
Outreach toolkits for organizations - COVID-19 Vaccination for 5 to 11 years