Partners: Norristown NAACP, ACLAMO, Theatre Horizon, East Norriton Pharmacy
- When: Saturday, May 21 @ 10am-12pm
- Where: Theatre Horizon, 401 Dekalb St. Norristown, PA
- Vaccine: Pfizer, Moderna: 1st, 2nd, 3rd & boosters; Pfizer Pediatric (5-11 yo): 1st, 2nd – see attached flyer for more information
- No appointment needed!
Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC), Montgomery County, and Pennsylvania Immunization Coalition (PAIC) are excited to share that we are launching the third phase of our COVID-19 Vaccine Bus Campaign. Phase 3 focuses on encouraging 20- through 30-year-olds in the Black community to get their COVID-19 booster. Buses are wrapped in bright-colored advertising with positive design elements and the campaign message is reinforced with interior bus ads. Ads will also be running on platform digital displays at our Lansdale & Fort Washington Stations. The ads will run for 10 weeks.
To support our bus campaign, we have converted the bus ads into posters and social media images for education and outreach efforts. Below are links to these resources along with sample social media posts with our bus campaign hashtag #BoostYourProtection & LetsGetBack2Us.
Social Media Images
Sample Social Media Posts
- Your body’s ability to fight off #COVID19 can decrease over time. Getting a booster can help your body build back the protection that has been lost. Is it time for a booster? Learn more: ly/3mrK4Z5. #BoostYourProtection #LetsGetBack2Us
- You’re up to date on #COVID19 vaccines when you’ve received all vaccines recommended for you, including additional doses and boosters when you’re eligible. Learn more: ly/3u3wsHF. #BoostYourProtection #LetsGetBack2Us
MCIC launches social media toolkit to bring attention to the importance of COVID-19 vaccination, including boosters for National Minority Health Month in April.
Montgomery County Immunization Coalition developed a Social Media Toolkit in support of National Minority Health Month (NMHM) in April. MCIC launched this kit to bring attention to the importance of COVID-19 vaccination, including boosters, as one of the strongest tools we have to end the COVID-19 pandemic that has disproportionately affected communities of color.
The toolkit includes social media messages and images in 6 languages (Chinese, English, Hindi, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese) to encourage members of diverse communities to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Help us spread the word by using these messages and images on your social media platforms to encourage our communities to get all the recommended COVID-19 vaccines, including a booster during #NMHM2022. Together we can #BoostYourCommunity!
Montgomery County Immunization Coalition (MCIC) has developed a Social Media Toolkit in support of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPIHM) in May. MCIC’s toolkit focuses on supporting communities that have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by continuing to promote vaccine confidence.
The toolkit includes social media messages and images in 5 languages (Chinese, English, Hindi, Korean, Vietnamese) to encourage members of diverse communities to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Join us in celebrating AAPIHM by using these messages and images on your social media platforms to help our communities get all recommended COVID-19 vaccines and booster! Include the hashtags #VaxMontco and #AAPIHM with your posts.
- Toolkit (Messages + Images):https://bit.ly/AAPI22
- Direct Links to Images
LaShonda and Kaiden COVID-19 Vaccine Story
MCIC teamed up with Made to Save to create a 45-second video in which a Mom helped her son get vaccinated to protect him, and their older, high-risk family members from COVID-19. Share this important video within your networks!
MCIC continues to host virtual COVID-19 Town Halls with their partner organizations to answer your questions and concerns about the vaccine. Recordings of all of our town halls are available at bit.ly/MCICtownhall
MCIC launches Phase 2 of Let’s Get Back to Us” bus campaign
Montgomery County Immunization Coalition launched the second phase of it’s “Let’s Get Back to Us” bus campaign. Phase 2 focuses on encouraging parents of 5 to 11 year olds to get their children vaccinated, allowing them to safely do more of the activities they enjoy, like attending birthday parties, playing sports, and spending time indoors with friends and family members. Buses are wrapped in bright-colored advertising with positive design elements and the campaign message is reinforced with interior bus ads. The ads will run February through May.
To support their bus campaign, they have converted the bus ads into posters and social media images for their education and outreach efforts.
Social Media Images and Posts
MCIC partnered with Made to Save to provide a FREE online training on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at 7-8pm to learn how to initiate and engage in effective conversations about COVID-19 vaccines in online communities.
The online training covered digital storytelling, identifying existing online networks to engage with, dealing with misinformation and disinformation, and best practices for guiding vaccine conversations. Click here to listen to the recording (Passcode: 40R0J&0@).
MCIC collaborated with our partner organizations & MontCo Office of Public Health on a new COVID-19 Vaccine Facts For Your Child flyer to help you with your education and outreach efforts to parents of 5-11 year olds. This flyer includes facts based on DeBeaumont Foundation’s research on the best messages for parents and is available in 5 languages:: Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese.
COVID-19 VACCINE DIGITAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN 1
COVID-19 VACCINE DIGITAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN 2
Have questions on COVID-19 vaccine? Check out our Vaccine Conversation Video Series where local trusted healthcare leaders provide facts and dispel misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines. Watch the full series at bit.ly/MCICVax
MCIC is thrilled to share that we received a Letter of Recognition from Joe Biden for our COVID19 Communication and Community Engagement during National Month of Action.
All that we have accomplished would not have been possible without your partnership and commitment to protecting our community from COVID-19.
MCIC is very excited to share with you the launch of our AmVAXador program. The goal for this program is to build a network of volunteer AmVAXadors to educate our communities about the COVID-19 vaccines.
AmVAXadors will receive regular email updates that include materials from credible sources to share with their family, friends, peers, and social networks. These materials can also be found on our new AmVAXador Library webpage at montcopa.org/AmVAXador.
We need YOUR help! Keep Montgomery County healthy and safe and help us build a network of volunteer AmVAXadors by sharing the online registration survey link with your family, friends, peers, and networks!
- [English] FLU + COVID
- [English] FLU + COVID
- [Spanish] FLU + COVID
- [Spanish] FLU + COVID
- [English] COVID-19 FAST FACTS
- [Spanish] COVID-19 FAST FACTS
- [Korean] COVID-19 FAST FACTS
- [English] Get the Facts About COVID-19 Vaccines
- [Spanish] Get the Facts About COVID-19 Vaccines
- I got the Flu Shot #FormyParents: IGotTheFluShot_English
- Its not too late to get your Flu Shot: MCIC_NotTooLate_v1-NoMark
To promote age appropriate immunizations across the lifespan for all residents of Montgomery county.
Virtual Zoom Meeting – see events below or email Maureen Hennessey for zoom link.
Maureen A. Hennessey, Ed.D.
Chair, Montgomery County Immunization Coalition and
Manager, Community Health and Equity, Bryn Mawr Hospital/Main Line Health
Phone: (484) 337-5205 | Email: email@example.com
Bryn Mawr Hospital, 130 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
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