The following print and digital resources are free to download and distribute to your communities.
Click on each topic below to automatically download the text and graphics to your computer:
Jersey Kicks COVID & Flu Toolkit (this toolkit has a sampling of Jersey Kicks COVID & Flu copy and images that can be used in newsletters, social media posts, and on your website). Click to download the zip file and save it to your computer.
Jersey Kicks COVID and Flu poster (English) 8.5×11
Jersey Kicks COVID and Flu poster (Spanish) 8.5×11
Jersey Kicks COVID and Flu rack card (English) 4×9
Jersey Kicks COVID and Flu rack card (Spanish) 4×9
Post text to pair with images on social media, in newsletters, and on websites:
In partnership with the National Council on Aging, the Jersey Kicks COVID & Flu initiative can help you locate a vaccination, schedule your appointment, even arrange transportation to get you there. To get connected to our community outreach team, visit JerseyKicksCOVIDandFlu.org or call 1-800-298-9812 ext. 5.
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- Frequently Asked Questions (August 2023 edition)
Additional toolkits from other organizations:
- NJ Public Health Association English Toolkit (Fall 2023 edition)
- NJ Public Health Association Spanish Toolkit (Fall 2023 edition)
- CDC Bridge Program Social Media Asset (English)
- CDC Bridge Program Social Media Asset (Spanish)
Want to know why flu vaccinations are different for those over the age of 65? This resource sheet covers it all
The most recent information on COVID-19 vaccinations can be found here:
We asked Dr. Martin Topiel, Virtua Health’s head of infectious disease, your
questions about the respiratory viruses circulating this season, including COVID, flu, and RSV.
Click here to listen in.
We asked Dr. Stanley H. Weiss, a physician, epidemiologist, and professor in the Department of Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey medical school, your
12 most commonly- asked questions about COVID and flu vaccination.
Click here to listen to him respond to your questions.
Episode 1 with Natasha Davis
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new podcast featuring important Conversations on COVID-19 with Dr. Lois Greene. Join us as Dr. Greene speaks with residents, community leaders, healthcare practitioners, and others from across the State of New Jersey about their experiences with COVID-19 and vaccination.
1:23 Initial Response to COVID-19
4:04 Making a Choice about Vaccination
9:06 The Role of the Health Professional
11:20 Timing of the Vaccine
16:24 Dealing with the Pandemic
Episode 2 with Michele Molano
Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Michele Molano, Chief Operating Officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence to speak about the impacts of the pandemic on our communities and families, as well as what she hopes we carry forward from these challenging times.
1:12 Challenges of the Pandemic
4:22 How Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Responded
10:51 The Impact on Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence
Episode 3 with Dr. Pamela Brug and Iris Novas Cooney
Iris Novas Cooney and Dr. Pamela Brug of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey speak about navigating the pandemic and making vaccination decisions, especially for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. They also address health equity in COVID-19 vaccination as well as what it means when we hear the term “long COVID.”
1:22 The Evolution of the Conversation Around Immunization
3:41 Making Vaccination Decisions
8:54 Breastfeeding and the COVID-19 Vaccine
13:29 How to Ask Your Physician Critical Questions
18:48 Leveraging Digital Tools to Stay Informed
21:02 Post-COVID Recovery Programs
Episode 4 with Janet Mateo
Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Janet Mateo of La Casa de Don Pedro to speak about the ongoing need for vaccination education and outreach to reduce community spread and incidence of severe disease.
2:38 Impact of the COVID-19 Vaccine
5:34 Vaccine Uptake and Hesitancy
8:17 Leaning Into Community Partnerships
Episode 5 with Tasha Youngblood Brown
Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Tasha Youngblood Brown, Managing Director at Ernst & Young (EY) to speak about the critical role of vaccination in continued economic recovery.
1:17 The Current State of the COVID-19 Workplace
5:14 How Can Entrepreneurs Get In Front of the Evolving Situation?
12:05 What Has the Pandemic Meant for Students?
15:53 An Increase in Conversation about Vaccination
22:46 The Path to Recovery is Multi-Faceted
Episode 6 with Dr. Gina Miranda-Diaz
On this week’s Conversations on COVID-19 Podcast, Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Gina Miranda Diaz, DNP a doctor of nursing practice and health officer with more than three decades of professional experience. Listen in for a wide-ranging discussion on COVID’s impacts on acute care facilities, community health, and nursing administration and learn what’s still at risk today.
3:34 Navigating COVID-19 as a Nurse Leader
7:59 Serving on the COVID-19 Task Force
12:54 Addressing Disproportionate Impact
17:25 Vaccine Hesitancy & Misinformation
Episode 7 with Amanda Medina-Forrester
On this week’s Conversations on COVID-19 Podcast, Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Amanda Medina-Forrester to discuss the work being done by the New Jersey Department of Health’s Office of Minority and Multicultural Health to combat COVID-19. Listen in to learn more about the partnerships that are making an impact and find out how you can do your part to be sure Jersey Kicks COVID.
4:40 What Kind of Barriers to Access Did You See During the Pandemic?
11:31 Complicating Factors in Rural Communities
16:26 How Has Outreach Changed Over the Course of the Pandemic?
20:43 How to Access the State Call Center
Episode 8 with Stanley H. Weiss, MD *this episode contains updated guidance on COVID-19*
On this week’s Conversations on COVID-19 Podcast, Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Stanley H. Weiss, MD – a physician, epidemiologist, and professor in the Department of Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, to discuss the most common myths about COVID-19. Listen in to learn how you can distinguish between reliable medical information and the misinformation circulating online today.
1:20 The Beginning of the Pandemic
6:40 COVID-19 & Mortality
13:15 Are Masks Still an Important Tool?
25:27 Herd Immunity & the COVID-19 Vaccine
29:55 How the COVID-19 Virus Mutates
Episode 9 with Pastors Lyddale & Traci Akins
On this episode, Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Pastors Lyddale and Traci Akins of Triumphant Life Church Assembly of God in Oceanport to discuss the impacts of the COVID pandemic on congregations of faith and what we can learn about caring for each other and our communities.
4:23 The Importance of Instilling Faith in the Midst of Tragedy
9:34 Leveraging Preventive Measures to Reunite the Congregation
13:51 The Lasting Impacts of the Pandemic
18:49 How to Care for the Health of Your Congregation
Episode 10 with Dr. Katie York
On this week’s Conversations on COVID-19 Podcast, Dr. Lois Greene is joined by Dr. Katie York, Associate Director of Advocacy with AARP New Jersey to discuss the ongoing impacts of the COVID pandemic on seniors throughout the state.
1:28 AARP’s Priorities
2:34 Advocacy and the Impact of Advocacy Efforts
5:42 The Importance of Vaccinations
7:21 How to Access Reliable Information
Episode 11 with Nina Guercio
Nina Guercio joins Dr. Lois Greene for a candid conversation about COVID through her lens as an experienced human resources practitioner and champion of health equity.
1:48 Challenges Faced by Healthcare Providers During the Pandemic
5:57 Disparities in Vaccination, Treatment, or Testing
8:13 How Did Your Service Organization Address the Pandemic?
12:18 How to Break Down Barriers