Protecting ourselves against COVID-19 is a team effort – and a vaccine is an important tool in this protection. In time, Chatham-Kent will have access to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for everyone. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine adds one more layer of protection for you, your family, friends and our community.
Chatham-Kent Public Health has created this COVID-19 Vaccine Communications Toolkit for our community partners. These tools will help you provide clear, correct information to the community that you live, work and serve in.
In addition to the resources below, the Province of Ontario has created a number of useful COVID-19 Communications Resources, including resources on vaccine facts and vaccine safety.
A plain language information sheet to help educate your community.
Use these posters to inform people about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine and the need to continue following public health measures.
- Youth Vaccination Poster ENGLISH FRENCH
- Building Immunity Takes Time
- COVID-19 vaccine confidence: Why I should get vaccinated
This resource contains common questions and answers about the COVID-19 vaccines and is designed to assist you in addressing people's vaccine concerns and point them in the right direction for more information.
Use these infographic to identify the key facts about COVID-19 vaccines. Print or share a digital copy.
Social Media Posts
The following Word document has a variety of images and key messages that you can use to support creating your own social media content. Use the posts with the hashtag #WeCanDoThisCK or include your identity. Topics include: vaccine safety and benefits, vaccine roll-out, reliable sources of information and general vaccine updates.
Tips for Social Media Success:
- Adapt these key messages to the language, tone, and format that will best suit your needs. You know what works for your audience.
- Follow CK Public Health on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) for engagement opportunities. Feel free to engage via retweet, quote tweet or share on your social media channels.
- Include links to reliable sources in your posts (e.g. CK Public Health, Government of Ontario or Government of Canada
- Want to find more information? Government of Canada: Social Media and promotional resources