Essential public health messages can easily get lost in translation, inappropriate language use, or by way of the wrong communication method. Public Health – Seattle & King County has focused on developing the appropriate tools and messages that will reach residents understand what they can do to help decrease the spread of disease – particularly during an emergency.

The “Stop Germs, Stay Healthy!” public education campaign was developed to simply demonstrate how to stop the spread of disease. Messaging and illustrations were pre-tested with a variety of audiences, translated and are available for broad distribution.

View and download campaign materials on the Public Health – Seattle & King County Website. Encourage community partners to post this type of information in high traffic areas serving their clientele.

Public Health – Seattle & King County addressed the challenge of helping people of all ages understand the realities of how a influenza pandemic event would look and feel by using the power of pictorial storytelling to help residents understand potential mandatory measures that could take place.

View, download and distribute “No Ordinary Flu” a pandemic flu preparedness comic book.

No Ordinary Flu Comic Book: English, Amharic, Arabic, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Ukrainian, or Vietnamese