How Maryland’s #FightFlu campaign is engaging residents, encouraging vaccination

The states “Fight the Flu” campaign originally introduced Oct. 13 and encourages all Maryland residents to get an influenza shot to mitigate the prospective convergence of flu and COVID-19 break outs.

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The department plans to run the “Fight the Flu” campaign through the fall and winter.

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Monday, October 26th, 2020
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The Maryland Department of Health extended its influenza vaccination project by introducing #FightFlu Fridays, the department announced Oct. 25.

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The health department will now include local “flu fighters” on social networks each Friday, and these posts will direct citizens to a toolkit where they can develop their own “flu fighter” content by downloading social media graphics, videos and digital advertisements..

” Were facing an unprecedented challenge dealing with flu season in the midst of an international pandemic, so we require to do whatever we can to protect our communities,” Maryland Department of Health Secretary Robert Neall stated in a news release. “Were taking new opportunities for engagement to make certain individuals are getting the message about vaccinations and acting to combat the flu.”.