COVID-19 in Pregnancy Social Media Tool Kit
Share the Facts about COVID-19 in Pregnancy on Social Media.
Pregnant people with COVID-19 are at increased risk of severe illness, death, and adverse pregnancy outcomes including preterm birth and stillbirth. Yet, COVID-19 vaccinations among pregnant individuals remain concerningly low. Share facts about COVID-19 in pregnancy and the COVID-19 vaccines to help inform and encourage your constituents to get vaccinated in order to protect themselves and their pregnancies.
- Hashtag to use: #GetVaccinated
- Web page to link to: acog.org/covid-faqs
Where possible, please tag @ACOG or @ACOGAction so that we can retweet and share your posts and amplify your voice!
Graphics and Sample Messages
Below are sample posts to help you craft your message for your social channels. Be sure to download and save the platform-specific graphics to accompany your posts.
The facts are clear: getting vaccinated is essential to protect yourself and your pregnancy against COVID-19. Learn more about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy from @ACOG, the nation’s maternal health experts: acog.org/covid-faqs #GetVaccinated
You would do anything for your baby, so protect yourself and your pregnancy against COVID-19 by getting vaccinated. Vaccination during pregnancy is safe and effective. Get the facts from @ACOG, the nation’s maternal health experts: acog.org/covid-faqs #GetVaccinated
Evidence shows that COVID-19 vaccines are safe during pregnancy. @ACOG recommends that all pregnant individuals #GetVaccinated. Getting a vaccine could help both you and your baby in preventing COVID-19 infection, severe illness, and death. Learn more: acog.org/covid-faqs
#DYK pregnant individuals have a higher risk of severe illness, preterm birth, and stillbirth from COVID-19? Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and your baby against COVID-19 infection, severe illness, and death. acog.org/covid-faqs #GetVaccinated