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HELP PROTECT ALL ELIGIBLE TEENS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA

Being vaccinated against potentially deadly meningitis is not something teens actively think about, but they should. For such a rare disease, meningitis develops quickly and can claim lives in as little as 24 hours.

Help parents get their teens vaccinated against meningococcal meningitis by sharing the posts below via Facebook or email. For an easier share, use the suggested text below each post and feel free to download for use on other social platforms.

1ST JOB

It’s his first day on the job. Fortunately, it’s not yours.

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1ST CONCERT

Don’t let potentially deadly meningococcal meningitis crash their first big concert. Make sure they are fully vaccinated.

THEIR SWEET 16

Teen meningitis is rare but potentially deadly. Make sure your teen is fully vaccinated.

HANGING OUT

You can’t protect them from regretful wardrobe decisions. You can help protect them from meningococcal meningitis.

SAFE SHARING

At 16, your teenager may not realize the impact of an innocent act. Are they ready for what can come with it?

MENINGITIS SYMPTOMS

Symptoms of meningitis, like fever, headache, or vomiting, can easily be mistaken for the flu. Help reduce your teen’s chances of contracting meningococcal meningitis.

THE DEADLY RISK

Today our thoughts are with all the mothers who have lost their children to potentially deadly meningococcal meningitis.

MOTHER’S DAY

This Mother’s Day, show your teen the fullness of your love by getting them vaccinated against meningococcal meningitis.

PROM NIGHT

Your teen will create memories this prom season, get them fully vaccinated against meningococcal meningitis.

RISKY BEHAVIOR

Being a teenager means taking a risk now and then. Being a parent means helping to protect your teen from risks such as meningococcal meningitis.

SUMMER

Meningitis can be passed by sharing a snack. Don’t leave your teen potentially less protected.

INDEPENDENCE DAY

Independence is something every teen desires. Help keep your teen protected with their 2nd vaccination against potentially deadly meningitis.

HOMECOMING

Make sure your homecoming teen only brings home the crown, and not meningococcal meningitis.