Share the Message

Getting social media warriors like you to pass on information about fighting COVID-19 is critically important right now. You see, we have high-level experts at UAB who meet daily to talk about awareness, resources, and so much more. When you share our messages on your social media, you can help fight coronavirus and bring us one step closer to life as usual. So do your part to spread the word every day. Click a social media icon or copy the message to share on your social media accounts now.

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#UABUnited

We must work together to control COVID-19. Slight adjustments to what we consider "good manners" could make a world of difference. #UABFightsCovid #UABUnited

Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo wearing a mask.

Why Wear a Mask?

Jeanne Marrazzo, M.D., director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at UAB, explains the importance of wearing face masks and why wearing one benefits you and those around you. #UABFightsCovid

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Show Off Your Mask

Let’s get social with #UABUnited. Take a selfie wearing your mask. Add a Facebook Frame or Instagram Sticker. Share it with your friends. #UABFightsCovid

#UABFightsCovid

We’re all fighting the good fight against COVID-19. And frankly, we can all hold our heads a little higher for the efforts being made by so many throughout the UAB family. Want to know more? Include #UABFightsCovid on all your coronavirus posts, and take pride in the amazing progress being made on this global pandemic right here in Birmingham.

 

Help UAB Fight COVID-19 Email Signature

The effects of COVID-19 are everywhere, so the efforts to fight COVID-19 should be everywhere, too. Like at the end of all your emails, for instance. Use our new signature to help drive traffic to uab.edu/fightcovid19. You never know—your next email might just lead to the connection we all need right now.

  1. Download the signature and open in Microsoft Word on your computer (you may need to right-click on the file and select "Open with -> Word").
  2. Update the placeholder copy with your information.
  3. When you're finished, copy and paste into your email program's "Signatures" preference.