Children Need To Be Fully Immunized

Sep 3, 2020 | News

Dear Colleagues:  On behalf of Wolfson Children’s Hospital, THE PLAYERS CENTER, Northeast Florida Pediatric Society (NEFPS) and the Partnership for Child Health, we wanted to ask you to join us in communicating to families in your sphere of influence about the need for children to be fully immunized. The number of children not immunized is very high and causing great concern from pediatricians and health professionals across our community.

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Target Audiences

1) Community Pediatric Partners and Health Professional Organizations

2) Health and Wellness Influencers such as Faith-based community, staff, others

3) Child-Serving Agencies with broad reach in the community

3) COJ, KHA, DCPS, City Council and their representatives

4) Parents and Caregivers with children who are at risk

5) Media



The messaging flow will be weekly, however, your organizational cycle time for news may be different.


Wed, Sept 2

Vaccinating children helps protect the entire family, school and community from disease.

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Wed, Sept 9

Vaccines strengthen babies and children’s immune systems to prevent serious diseases.

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Wed, Sept 16

if 1 child has measles, then 9 out of 10 kids not immunized will also get measles.

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Wed, Sept 23

9 in 10 people who lack immunity to measles and are close to an infected person will become infected.

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Wed, Sept 30

The measles virus can linge up to 2 hours in the air where an infected person has coughed or sneezed.

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Wed, Oct 7 

Getting vaccinated is quick and easy and available at your pediatrician’s office, and the Department of Health – Duval.

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Thanks for helping us share this important message. If you need further information, let me know.


Jill Storey
Director of Social Marketing/Communications

@PartnershipJax      #jaxkidsontrack

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