Together, we have the power to end the pandemic. Participate in our public awareness campaign, "There's Unity in Immunity," to encourage vaccination in the communities you serve.
"There's Unity in Immunity" is a statewide, collaborative public service awareness campaign to:
Designed for all IHA members, the campaign features a member toolkit, digital assets, resources and other key messaging. IHA will lead a targeted social media campaign focused on the south and west sides of Chicago, rural Illinois, and other areas of the state. Contact us with any questions.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Household Pulse Survey, Feb. 17 – March 1
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Hang this customizable sign to tell others you've been vaccinated for COVID-19. Through positive outreach, you can encourage others get vaccinated as well.
As part of efforts to build trust with communities of color, AHA shares strategies and resources to help hospitals overcome vaccine hesitancy.
AHA's resource page supports the efforts of hospitals and health systems in promoting vaccine education. Resourecs include social media graphics, communications tactics and PSAs.
What are the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine? Who is eligible? Get answers and learn how to make an appointment in this vaccination guide, part of the "All In Illinois" campaign.
COVID survivors speak out a new public awareness campaign launched by Governor Pritzker to encourage at-risk Illinoisans to get vaccinated for COVID-19. See the governor's press release.
"Protecting and saving lives" was the most common reason Illinoisans gave for wanting the COVID-19 vaccine. Read about extensive research that informed the state's vaccination campaign.
"Vaccines work. They have saved millions of lives." The State of Illinois' COVID vaccination toolkit has resources to encourage your patients to go "All In Illinois" and get vaccinated.
As part of its COVID-19 vaccine education initative, the COVID Collaborative released information on vaccine hesitancy among Black Americans.
Learn about the vaccine concerns of Hispanic Americans in this report from the COVID Collaborative, a network of stakeholders promoting vaccine education.
Looking to address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in your community? See slides from a May 13 webinar hosted by the CMS Office of Minority Health, along with guest speakers from the FDA and CDC.
Healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID pandemic can also positively influence community members to get vaccinated. Use this toolkit to engage staff in discussions on vaccine education.
See a vaccine planning summary from the Chicago Dept. of Public Health, including information on its COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit for Healthcare Professionals.
The Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services Office of Minority Health (CMS OMH) has useful vaccine resources for healthcare professionals and patients.
The COVID Collaborative is a network of partners including HHS, the CDC, members of the medical community and community-based organizations. Learn about its vaccine education initiative.
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative share research-based messaging recommendations to educate the public on COVID-19 vaccine safety.
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative are leading a massive communications effort to educate the American public and build confidence around COVID vaccines. Learn more in this report.
If you've already had COVID, should you get the vaccine? This customizable presentation helps hospitals and health systems educate staff and answer questions on vaccine safety.
This public education campaign from HHS aims to increase vaccine confidence while reinforcing basic prevention measures. See the social media toolkit.
See WBEZ's list of registration websites for vaccination sites statewide, organized by proximity to Chicago. As of April 19 all Chicagoans and Illinoisans over age 16 are eligible for a vaccine..
On June 15, 2021, IDPH released a new compilation of COVID-19 Vaccination Resources for local health
departments, community-based organizations, and other community partners.
A nationally representative sample of 1,009 adults shared their concerns related to the COVID vaccine during interviews conducted by the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor. See what they had to say.
The KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor, an ongoing research project, shares its findings on vaccine hesitancy among Hispanic adults, who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
The Maryland Hospital Association and Maryland Patient Safety Center teamed up to release this resource guide on vaccine hesitancy in communities of color.
Rural areas account for twice the number of COVID-related deaths as urban areas, yet rural residents are among the most vaccine-hesitant groups, according to this report from KFF.