AHA is continuing its annual work to help hospitals and health systems encourage their communities to stay healthy and protect themselves against the flu and COVID-19 through vaccination. For the eighth year in a row, AHA’s United Against the Flu campaign is guiding the field’s efforts to raise awareness in local communities with engaging content, information and resources that hospitals and health systems can customize and deploy throughout the communities they serve. Visit AHA’s redesigned webpage, which also includes information on partnership opportunities, graphics for use on the web and social media, and augmented reality filters, along with other helpful resources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s flu shot finder tool and promotional messaging. 

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