It's possible to find printable flu posters through the CDC, Fight the Flu and the New York State Department of Health. While some posters offer information on recovering from the flu, others focus on prevention.
The New York State Department of Health features flu posters in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese and Haitian-Creole. One poster focuses on the importance of good hand hygiene and vaccinating against the flu, including where patients can find local vaccine resources. Others highlight the importance of staying home and avoiding work and school when they have the flu, and why people should cover their mouths when they cough.
The CDC offers printable posters that focus on different demographics. Posters for pregnant women highlight the risks of complications from flu and encourage them to contact their doctors for a vaccine. Senior posters stress the need for those over the age of 65 to seek vaccinations. Employers can print off resources for their businesses, including infographics that detail the different places where employees can seek flu vaccines.
Fight the Flu offers simple printable flu posters, some of which feature germs in the form of cartoon characters. Many posters emphasize the need for vaccinations, as well as the signs and symptoms of the flu. There's also posters offering statistics, including information on the efficacy of preventative methods. Posters highlighting the four different types of vaccine are also available.