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Vaccine Toolkit: Help Us Spread the Word

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COVID-19 Vaccination Toolkit

Vaccine-Champion-Image.pngMecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine and encourage eligible family members and friends to join them.

We have created materials that you can download to print and post in your communities or share on your social media networks.

Become a COVID-19 Vaccine Champion and help us get the word out!

Get Your Shot!

Flyer: Public Health and StarMed clinic locations: English  |  Spanish

General flyer:English | Spanish | French  | Hindi  |  Korean  |  Chinese  | Russian  |  Swahili  |  Vietnamese 

Be a Vaccine Champion!

Post card: English  | Spanish

Benefits of the Vaccine

General flyer: Where to get your shot

 English | Spanish

Social Media:

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Adolescent Vaccinations
Why adolescents ages 12 and older should get a shot

English   |  Spanish

Doses to Doors

Be on the lookout for our mobile vaccination team. Public Health is offering COVID-19 vaccinations on demand in neighborhoods across Mecklenburg County. Call our hotline 980-314-9400 for more information and spread the word by sharing this flyer.English  |  Spanish

Vaccine Champion Artwork: Spread the Word in Our Diverse Communities

To help share vaccination information with residents for whom English is noMultilingual Collage.pngt their primary language, Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte co-sponsored an art contest, inviting submissions with multilingual messages about the COVID-19 vaccine.

After a judging process, these artworks were selected to be shared with our many diverse communities in hopes they can help spark conversations about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines and encourage residents to make appointments. The artists' images can be downloaded and printed for display in your community or shared across social media networks.

Help us encourage members of your community to get the vaccine. Grant funding is available from the City of Charlotte for your organization to share our multilingual materials, and help inspire trust and participation. The grants are open to nonprofit organizations, houses of worship, schools, neighborhood and merchant coalitions, businesses, and cultural and community groups. Learn more >>

Promoting Vaccines in Communities of Color

Hear these experts from the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) encourage both the Black and Latinx/Latino(a)/Hispanic communities to trust the science, research, and medicine these experts supported and conducted that led to the development of a safe and effective vaccine and the importance of protecting their loved ones.



Get Your Shot! Partner Clinic Templates

To help our partners who are hosting vaccination clinics around the community, these templates are available to assist them in publicizing their clinics. Download the document and customize with the clinic's location, date, time, and other details, and print for handout or posting.

English  | Spanish

Home-based Vaccination Program

For individuals who are homebound, have an ongoing physical or mental disability, and are unable to travel to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

English  |  Spanish

Social Media:

English  |  Spanish

How can I help?

How you or your organization can help us increase vaccinations–and stop COVID-19. English

CDC Vaccination Toolkits

For materials that may not be avaialble on this page, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has a wide variety of toolkits available to help educate members of your community. Download audience-specific materials for health care teams, long-term care facilities, essential workers, schools, childcare centers, community-based organiztions, and more.

close alertMecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents ages 12 and older to get a free COVID-19 vaccination.