Spring into Summer
The Spring into Summer campaign was a fun, flexible, community-centered approach to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by spreading the word about vaccines, boosters, wellness checklists, and tools to help keep people informed about staying healthy during and beyond the pandemic.
A BIG THANK YOU to the more than 300 partners and organizations who helped promote Spring Into Summer. There is still more to do—and it’s important that we continue to urge all North Carolinians to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Help us continue to spread the word about tested, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines by using the materials in our Vaccine Communications Toolkit. Get digital versions of flyers, social media posts, talking points and other resources to aid in your continued outreach.
Frequently Asked Questions
Together, we’ve made great progress in vaccinating more than three-quarters of people ages 18 and up in North Carolina against COVID-19, but there’s still much more to do. By engaging organizations across the state in a fun, customizable campaign, we raised awareness of the benefits of vaccination and ensured that everyone has the information they need to stay up-to-date with their vaccines. More than 300 organizations joined this effort.
Spring Into Summer may be over, but there are still plenty of ways for organizations of any size to promote COVID-19 vaccines. Visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Communications Toolkit, which has resources to help you get started. Have conversations with your friends, family and co-workers about why it’s so critical to be vaccinated.
Absolutely! Our goal is to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. The designated campaign weeks were designed to build excitement and provide a fresh opportunity for organizations to engage their members, volunteers and others around COVID-19 vaccination efforts. Your continued efforts are helpful and greatly appreciated, especially now as more contagious variants spread throughout the state.
Yes! Our Spring into Summer toolkit included a list of simple steps everyone can take, such as calling loved ones who haven’t vaccinated or boosted yet, sharing their experience on social media and asking if anyone needs support in getting vaccinated. Visit our toolkit for materials.