Education is a key tool in the prevention of the spread of disease.

On this page you will find links to printable information and signage that you can use to help us educate the public and help prevent the transmission of seasonal and H1N1 Flu.

Brochures & Pamplets
Posters & Flyers
Guidance Documents

Brochures & Pamplets

H1N1 flu and you thbnail 2009 H1N1 Flu and You (CDC)
h1n1 preparedness thbnail H1N1 Preparedness (
take 3 thbnail CDC Says "Take 3" Steps to Fight the Flu (CDC)
Los CDC recomiendan que "tome 3" medidas
para combatir la influenza (CDC)
si pamphlet thbnail Swine Influenza in Pigs and People (CDC)
ISDH pf&h thbnail Pandemic Flu and Hygiene (ISDH)
A key to slowing its spread
La gripe pandémica y la higiene (ISDH)
Clave para frenar su propagación
ISDH sf thbnail Seasonal Flu, Panemic Flu and Bird Flu (ISDH)
What you need to know
La gripe estacional, la gripe pandémica y la gripe aviar (ISDH)
Lo que usted debe saber

Posters & Flyers

kids need vaccine thbnail If your kids are a size...........
      then they need a flu vaccine (CDC)
take 3 poster thbnail CDC Says:  "Take 3" Actions to Fight the Flu (CDC) 
H1N1 health notice thmbnail Health Notice Novel H1N1 Flu
Look for these symptoms, what to do ..... 
(adapted from CDC)
VCHD flu pstr thmbnail Simple Steps to Slow or Stop the Spread of Flu (VCHD)
cover cough thbnail Cover Your Cough (CDC)
clean hands thbnail Clean Hands Save Lives (CDC)
germ stopper thbnail Germ Stopper and Healthy Habits (CDC)
hadwashthbnail Handwashing from the Massachusetts Dept of Public Health
in English
in Spanish


hw video thbnail

Put Your Hands Together (CDC)
handwashing video

Guidance Documents

cbo H1N1 guidance thbnail

H1N1 Flu: A Guide for Community and Faith-based Organizations (
In addition to providing information about 2009 H1N1 flu and current response activities, this guide provides specific action steps you can take to help keep your community healthy by: 1) Communicating health information effectively; 2) Supporting vaccination efforts; 3) Linking vulnerable and hard-to-reach populations to vital information and resources; and 4) Expanding and adjusting organizational activities to help people stay healthy. 


Disclaimer:  Related information and guidance concerning H1N1 flu has changed over time.  Therefore, the information provided on Vanderburgh County web pages, and response to H1N1 by the VCHD is subject to change and modification. 
Site last updated September 30, 2010 11:00 AM CT

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Last updated: 9/30/2010 11:02:05 AM