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COVID-19: Vaccine Partner and Vaccinator Resources

We can't do this without you!

The COVID-19 vaccination program is one of the largest and most complex public health initiatives in Wisconsin’s history.

We are committed to the safe, quick, and equitable distribution of the vaccine, and recognize that public education and community outreach are vital to our vaccination efforts.

Our community partners across the state are critical to the success of this program.

We encourage our partners to share, use, or adapt resources on this page to best serve the needs of their community.

Homebound individuals

If you or a partner have identified someone who needs help accessing COVID-19 vaccines at home, contact your local or tribal health department.

Handouts to print and distribute

To request physical, printed copies of DHS COVID-19 materials, please follow these instructions. View a complete list of DHS COVID-19 videos and print materials translated into multiple languages.

Images and videos for your social media accounts or website

Graphics to share on your social media accounts

General vaccine graphics

You Stop the Spread, COVID-19 vaccines save lives

COVID-19 vaccines save lives
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You Stop the Spread: COVID-19 vaccine protects you

The COVID-19 vaccine protects you
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COVID-19 FDA EUA vs Full Approval: What's the difference?

FDA EUA vs. full approval: What's the difference?
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I lost my vaccination card, where can I find my COVID-19 Vaccine Record

I lost my vaccination card, where can I find my COVID-19 Vaccine Record
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How viruses mutate and why getting vaccinated can reduce virus ability to keep mutating

How do viruses mutate?
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How viruses mutate and why getting vaccinated can reduce virus ability to keep mutating

How does vaccination help?
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Q&A: Get the facts

Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine?

Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine?
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Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccine

Q: Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccine?
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COVID-19: No live virus in the vaccine

Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccine? A: No.
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COVID-19: Can a vaccine cause a positive test

Q: Can a COVID-19 vaccine cause you to test positive?
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COVID-19 vaccine cannot cause COVID-19 infections

Can a COVID-19 vaccine cause you to test positive? A: No.
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Image to use on your website

To get started, download the high quality image. Remember to include the following hyperlink

Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Info button

Tips and resources for your own communications

  • Diagnose and address access and confidence challenges in your area. CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has developed a Rapid Community Assessment Guide with customizable research instruments that can be adapted to different communities, including key informant interview guides, listening sessions, and a vaccine confidence survey.
  • You can use the free Vaccine Equity Planner to identify useful partners or locations to hold vaccination clinics, easily taking into account distances to existing vaccination sites, varying social vulnerability, and people’s intentions to get vaccinated. This tool identifies COVID-19 “vaccine deserts,” where people have little or no convenient access to vaccination, and potential new vaccination sites to address the gaps.

You can view the Public Health Communication Collaborative’s resources and recorded webinars to gain deeper understanding of COVID-19 vaccine and public health communication. Topics include Successful COVID-19 Messaging in Rural Communities and messaging recommendations.

Other federal and state resources

Avoiding COVID-19 vaccine scams: Please use this resource from the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCAP) to help your audience learn more about how they can protect themselves or loved ones from potential vaccine fraud.

CDC COVID-19 Materials for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Care Providers

View and share videos, posters, social stories, and interactive activities in English and Spanish.

CDC’s Health Equity Guiding Principles for Inclusive Communication

Apply health equity guiding principles across your public health communication work, including when creating information resources and presentations, when engaging with partners, and/or when developing and reviewing external or internal communication materials. This means:

It's Up to You: Rural Resource Toolkit

Share resources from the Rural Resource Toolkit, including customizable public service announcements, graphics, and other media with facts about vaccination. You can also use the Ad Council and COVID Collaborative's messaging principles and other creative assets to create your own communication about COVID-19 vaccination to rural residents.

The Black Coalition Against COVID, UnidosUS, and Greater than COVID

In THE CONVERSATION #BetweenUsAboutUs / LA CONVERSACIÓN #EnreNosotrosSobreNosotros, Black and Latinx doctors, nurses, researchers, and community health care workers provide facts and dispel misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines. They have more than 125 FAQ videos, TV and radio PSAs, print materials, and social media posts available in English and Spanish. The videos are designed to be shared on social and can also be embedded directly from YouTube on your website.

American Lung Association

Better For It Vaccine Toolkit Series is made up of four toolkits designed by the American Lung Association, the Center for Black Health and Equity, and the League of United Latin American Citizens. Each of the culturally relevant toolkits provide the opportunity for individuals and communities to:

  • Fact check and supplement their own research on vaccines, especially the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Encourage a dialogue among friends, health care provider, pastor, and family members.
  • Share accurate information on social media.
  • Learn and understand the contributions of scientists and public health advocates who are helping to bring this pandemic to an end.

They also include sharable resources, such as social media images, talking points, questions and answers, fact sheets, and inspirational quotes.

Public Health Alliance of Southern California

Checkout their video series on vaccine equity.

Refugee Community Advisory Board - Milwaukee
National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM)

Fact sheets, posters, checklists, and other materials in more than 100 languages are available to support vaccine efforts among refugee, immigrant, and migrant communities.

Last revised September 18, 2023