Pneumococcal

Pneumococcal

Below you will find a number of resources available to you to support your local pneumococcal immunization awareness campaign.

Immunize Canada has gone green! Please note that Immunize Canada is no longer providing printed resources. The following resources are available for download only. You are welcome to download and print any of Immunize Canada’s posters, social media images, brochures, fact sheets, infographics, and guides. All our resources will remain available online for free, and will be kept up to date! If you have questions, or if you wish to obtain high-resolution files for printing, or if you require adaptation of any Immunize Canada resource, or insertion of your organization’s logo, please contact the Immunize Canada Secretariat.

Preventing Pneumococcal Disease in Adults and Children

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Preventing Pneumococcal Disease in Adults and Children - infographic

Pneumococcal disease: children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease: children under 2 years of age

Pneumococcal disease: adults 65+ and people living with a chronic illness

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Pneumococcal disease: Adults 65+ and people living with a chronic illness

Pneumococcal disease – children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease: Children under two years of age (social media image for Twitter)

Pneumococcal disease – children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease: Children under two years of age (social media image for Facebook)

Pneumococcal disease – children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease: Children under two years of age (social media image for Instagram)

Pneumococcal disease – children under two years of age

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Pneumococcal disease: Children under two years of age (social media image for Instagram Story)

Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection (Twitter)

Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection (Facebook)

Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Children under two years of age are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection (Instagram)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (Twitter)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (Facebook)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (Instagram)

Pneumococcal disease – adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness

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Pneumococcal disease: Adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness (social media image for Twitter)

Pneumococcal disease – adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness

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Pneumococcal disease: Adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness (social media image for Facebook)

Pneumococcal disease – adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness

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Pneumococcal disease: Adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness (social media image for Instagram)

Pneumococcal disease – adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness

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Pneumococcal disease: Adults 65+ and adults living with a chronic illness (social media image for Instagram Story)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection (Twitter)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection (Facebook)

Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza

Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (adults 65+) (Twitter)

Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (adults 65+) (Facebook)

Adults 65 and older and adults with a chronic illness are among those at highest risk of pneumococcal infection.

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Pneumococcal disease is a complication of influenza (adults 65+) (Instagram)

Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease

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Protect yourself from pneumococcal disease (brochure)


Last Updated: 14 November 2022