Global Health Security - Social Media Toolkit
In today’s interconnected world, a health threat anywhere is a threat everywhere: an outbreak in a remote village can spread to major cities on all six continents in less than 36 hours.
This Global Health Security Social Media Toolkit includes communication tools that make it easy for individuals and partner organizations to promote the importance of global health security, to prevent the spread of disease and stop outbreaks at their source.
The toolkit includes:
- Sample social media messages for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
- Hashtags and handles
- Downloadable shareable graphics
- Global health security photos
Global Health Security Sample Social Media Messages
How to use: Pair these messages with one of our many graphics and photos on your social media profiles.
- #36hours: a pathogen travels from a remote village to major cities around the world. #globalhealthsecurity
- As the clock ticks closer to another potential outbreak, CDC is on watch to stop it in its tracks. #36hours
- Why #globalhealthsecurity is important: an outbreak anywhere is a threat everywhere. #36hours
- Investments in #globalhealthsecurity lead to faster & better outbreak response. #36hours
- Germs don’t need passports. Learn why #globalhealthsecurity is critical. @CDC_EIDjournal #36hours http://bit.ly/2xbbObV
- What’s it take to stop outbreaks at the source? Learn how #globalhealthsecurity helps countries be prepared. #36hours http://bit.ly/2xbbObV
- Just released in @CDC_EIDjournal: Overview of CDC & partner contributions to advance #globalhealthsecurity. http://bit.ly/2xbbObV
- CDC’s Dr. Tappero in @CDC_EIDjournal: Report on global health protection accomplishments. #globalhealthsecurity http://bit.ly/2xbbObV
- The 2003 #SARS outbreak showed how rapidly a pathogen can spread to 26 countries. #globalhealthsecurity #36hours http://bit.ly/2xbbObV
- Just released in Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal: Learn how CDC’s work with countries and partners advances global health security to contain health threats. CDC’s contributions support global efforts in protecting America’s health security. http://bit.ly/2eG6To9
- There is an urgent need to strengthen public health systems before the next global epidemic happens. Learn how CDC and partners have advanced global health security to ensure countries are able to rapidly prevent, detect and respond to public health threats in Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal. http://bit.ly/2eG6To9
- Stopping outbreaks where they occur is an effective and less expensive way to save lives around the world. Learn how CDC and partners advance global health security to move forward towards this goal. http://bit.ly/2eG6To9
- The need to find the next emerging disease within days, instead of weeks or months, is critical to global health security. Since 2015, CDC and partners have helped countries increase their ability to rapidly prevent, detect and respond to public health threats. The link in our profile provides more info from Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal. #globalhealthsecurity #36hours
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Hashtags and Handles
Download Shareable Graphics
How to use: Post and share these graphics and videos on your social media channels, blogs, and websites. Find more Global Health Security social media graphics here.
Global Health Security
Download Global Health Security Photos
How to use: Post and share these photos on your social media channels, blogs, and websites. You can download these photos from Flickr: Global Health Security 2017.
- Page last reviewed: September 18, 2017
- Page last updated: September 18, 2017
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