Immunization Resources

Immunization and Vaccine Resources

photo of a person receiving a vaccination
 

Racial and ethnic minority groups are disproportionately affected when it comes to receiving recommended vaccines. Many factors can contribute to lower vaccination rates, including concerns about vaccine safety and limited access to care and health coverage.

Prepare for Flu Season

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination rates have declined, putting communities at an increased risk for preventable diseases. With the flu season approaching, CMS OMH has compiled a list of flu and immunization resources for health care providers, partners, and patients to help everyone prepare for flu season. We have also prepared a list of resources in other languages.

The CDC recommends everyone six months of age or older needs a flu vaccine. Most health insurance plans cover recommended vaccines at no or low cost to patients and are available at most health care provider offices. The flu vaccine, along with other vaccines, are also available at local pharmacies, health centers, health departments, and travel clinics.

Flu Resources for Healthcare Professionals

Flu Resources for Patients and Partners

Shareable CMS Resources to Promote Flu Vaccines
Share the importance of flu shots with your partners, community members, and Medicare beneficiaries. Download the graphics below to post on your social media channels. Find more shareable resources like social media and blog content and graphics in 18 languages.

Now more than ever, everyone needs to do their part to prevent the spread of illnesses like the flu.  #FIGHT FLU  Medicare.govSocial Graphic 1 / English
Ahora más que nunca, todos tienen que poner de su parte para prevenir la propagación de enfermedades como la infulenza (también concida como gripe).  #FIGHT FLU  Medicare.govSocial Graphic 2 / Spanish
#FIGHT FLU  Medicare.govSocial Graphic 3 / Chinese
#Fight Flu.  Be one step ahead of the flu.  go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 1 / English

#Fight Flu.  The flu shot can protect you.  go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 2 / English
#Fight Flu.  Find flu vaccine resources for patients, providers, and partners.  go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 3 / English
#Fight Flu.  Esté un paso por delante de la gripe.  Encuentre recursos en go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 1 / Spanish

#Fight Flu.  La vacuna contra la gripe puede protegerlo.  Encuentre recursos en go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 2 / Spanish
#Fight Flu.  Encuentre recursos sobre la vacuna contra la gripe para pacientes, proveedores y socios.  Encuentre recursos en go.cms.gov/omhfluSocial Graphic 3 / Spanish

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

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To keep up with the important work of the White House Coronavirus Task Force in response to COVID-19, visit www.coronavirus.gov. For a complete and updated list of CMS actions, and other information specific to CMS, please visit the Current Emergencies Website.

Additional Resources for Patients and Partners
Resources in Other Languages
Childhood Vaccine Resources

The CDC now recommends children ages 5-11 get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Children ages 5 and older are able to get an age-appropriate dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The federal government is providing the COVID-19 vaccine free of charge to all people living in the U.S. regardless of immigration or health status.

Check with your child’s provider about whether they offer COVID-19 vaccination or your local pharmacy to see if walk-ins or appointments are available for children.

 

 

 

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11/12/2021 05:06 PM