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Zika Toolkit: Outreach and Education Materials

Local governments and community partners are welcome to use the materials below for distribution to citizens. There are two options for securing materials.

Option 1: Self-printing

Feel free to download, print and share the materials below.

Option 2: Order printed materials

To order printed materials for community distribution email the following information to outreach@dhec.sc.gov

  • Point of contact’s name and phone number
  • Titles and quantities of items requested
  • Shipping address (must be a physical street address—no P.O. boxes accepted)

Once your order is processed, you will be notified of expected shipping dates and any other pertinent information.

For additional assistance: Please contact our division of Public Outreach at 803-898-9518.

Communications Tools

Additional educational materials are available at the CDC’s Zika communications toolkit page.

Protect Yourself from ZIKA
and Other Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites

Protect Your Home from Mosquitoes

 

Mosquito-Borne Diseases in S.C.

Mosquito Bite Prevention in S.C

 
Door hangers Pregnant and Worried About Zika Pregnant? Read this before you travel

Door Hangers

Pregnant and Worried About Zika?

Pregnant? Read this before you travel

Public Service Announcements

"Rid Your Home and Yard of Mosquitoes" Male Voice
Download

"Rid Your Home and Yard of Mosquitoes" Female Voice
Download

Mosquito Bite Prevention: 30-Second PSA

Guidance For Local Governments

Key Partners: South Carolina Zika Control

Preparedness Planning and Response Checklist for Local Governments

Public Health Confronts the Mosquito: Use the Best Science and Data

>South Carolina Mosquito Control Resources Guidance for local case confirmation

Zika: How to Communicate Effectively

South Carolina Mosquito Control Resources

Guidance For Travel-Related Confirmation

Presentations

   

MUSC Zika Virus Symposium - From Z to A
June 10, 2016

South Carolina Zika Forum Presentations
April 19, 2016

For more information on the Zika Virus, visit www.cdc.gov/zika.