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Dr. Chelsea Clinton moderated panel on The Imperative to Vaccinate Adolescents and Young Adults Now: Dialing up the urgency to catch up on recommended adolescent vaccines, and embracing vaccines to protect against COVID-19

Don't Wait. Vaccinate.

Now is the time to catch up on missed immunizations

Many adolescents have missed annual well visits and immunizations in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDC recommends annual visits to the doctor for adolescents and young adults as many time-sensitive screenings and immunizations are given during these visits. But missed visits have resulted in a 20% decline in recommended adolescent vaccinations. The decline in recommended vaccination rates leaves teens susceptible to vaccine-preventable diseases. 

  

Now is the time to catch up on missed vaccinations. Vaccines are needed to safely return to school for in-person learning or to participate in other activities, such as sports and summer camps. It is important to be up to date on needed vaccinations now, before most adolescents are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. 

 

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Take steps now

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    Schedule a well visit

    If you or your adolescent missed a well visit in the last year due to the pandemic, schedule one now. These visits are important to keep your teen healthy. 

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    Stay up to date on vaccines

    Recommended vaccines may be needed to return to in-person learning, sports, camp and other activities. 

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    Visit your healthcare professional - it's safe

    Some parents are worried about the safety of going to a doctor’s office, pharmacy or clinic during the pandemic. Physician offices, clinics and pharmacies have put safety measures in place, including mask-wearing, social distancing, regular sanitizing, etc.  Contact your doctor or pharmacy to learn about the safety measures in place.

Don't Wait. Vaccinate. Social Media

Here are some graphics, posts and a Facebook frame you can use to share your support for the campaign!

 

Use the campaign hashtag to support more visibility: #DontWaitVaccinate

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We’re part of @UnityConsortium’s “Don’t Wait. Vaccinate” campaign! Adolescents need routine vaccinations now so that they have time to get the COVID-19 vaccine, if available, over the summer and safely go back to school! Learn more: https://bit.ly/3e0KY98 #dontwaitvaccinate

Doctor’s visits 👨‍⚕️ have decreased dramatically during the pandemic. But your health can’t wait – your health care provider has safety measures in place so schedule your adolescent’s appointment today! @UnityConsortium #dontwaitvaccinate

Use our Facebook frame to show support for adolescent and young adult vaccinations!  

How to do this:

Option 1: Make sure you're signed into Facebook and then click on this link! You will directly be taken to the frame page where you can add it to your profile pictures!

Option 2:  Click "edit" on your profile picture and choose "add frame". In the search bar type in "UnityDontWaitFrame", and then you can add it on top of your profile picture!

Share information about our campaign!

Below are campaign posters that you can use in your newsletters, websites and other communications. They can be shared digitally or printed as posters or flyer handouts.

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Dialing up the urgency to catch up on recommended adolescent vaccines, and embracing vaccines to protect against COVID-19.

Watch a full recording of the webinar here!

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