TipZ: "I'm Vaccinated" product request 4 pages: [1] 2 3 4
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 9:03:06 AM
Hi again Designers, (double dose of today Grin )

As we move towards our population getting vaccinated from COVID, we are seeing a trend for "I'm Vaccinated" themed products for both individuals and Businesses and a rise in these requests across social platforms. So we think products like stickers and buttons may fulfill this demand and allow people and businesses to leverage these products through reopening's across the country. Also Signs that businesses might want to promote, like "all employees have been vaccinated". Table tops signs, Outdoor signs, posters and name badges would also be great uses for this purpose.

Feel free to post your products in this thread to show us what you might already have or have come up with.

Thanks so much for all your hard work and dedication. Roses

The Z Team.
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 9:08:03 AM
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 9:39:58 AM
Nice!!!
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 11:46:54 AM
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 11:51:49 AM
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 1:01:45 PM
I see some great designs here - but just a note - I see the original post mentions signs that businesses can post signs that read "all employees vaccinated". Since vaccinations only keep people from dying that have the vaccine -- not sure why anyone would care if the establishment's employees are vaccinated. A vaccinated person can still be a carrier and can still infect other people. vaccinated people can still get covid - the people giving the vaccine are just telling the people they are vaccinating that if they get it "they won't die". (My aunt has been vaccinated and got this information at the vaccination site)
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 5:42:32 PM
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Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 8:49:18 PM
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 9:12:28 PM
Posted: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 10:16:31 PM
Created a badge that would be ideal for people that need to show that they are vaccinated during their working hours. For example in home health services or generally people with close customer contacts.

Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 3:06:58 AM
These submissions are awesome! Thanks so much. Roses Keep them coming Grin
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 3:50:54 AM
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 4:45:01 AM
I've had a lot of success and sales with my lockdown cartoons! ... here's a couple of vaccination based designs:



Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 5:33:50 AM
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 5:33:51 AM
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 7:23:16 AM
CatsEyeViewGifts wrote:
I see some great designs here - but just a note - I see the original post mentions signs that businesses can post signs that read "all employees vaccinated". Since vaccinations only keep people from dying that have the vaccine -- not sure why anyone would care if the establishment's employees are vaccinated. A vaccinated person can still be a carrier and can still infect other people. vaccinated people can still get covid - the people giving the vaccine are just telling the people they are vaccinating that if they get it "they won't die". (My aunt has been vaccinated and got this information at the vaccination site)


I do think it's appropriate and relevant for businesses to 'brag', if you will, about their employees vaccine status... What you've said is technically true, but somewhat mischaracterized.

Can vaccinated persons still be carriers? Yes, this is true but here's the thing - science and medicine are cautious establishments and cannot make statements without repeatable and testable proof, so thinking that the vaccine doesn't help or only helps those vaccinated because no one has come out and plainly said that it protects other people isn't exactly right. It really and truly means that we just cannot say exactly what that risk still is, yet. During the initial development and testing scientists were mainly concerned about getting something to the public that would be safe and protect them against disease quickly - so that was the focus of the testing. Now not all vaccines work exactly alike - some are protective against infection, with some you may still become infected, but you simply won't develop illness. When the vaccine was first released there simply wasn't enough data to be able to responsibly make a statement like "this vaccine will lower COVID spread". The really great news is now that there has been several months of real world use and participation by a vaccinated population (health care workers) in a study to see if they become actually infected, preliminary data is indicating that the 2 dose vaccines are protective and do prevent COVID infection, which means that they likely also prevent transmission, which is awesome. That protection is proving out to be around 90% under real world applications, with most breakthrough cases being asymptomatic to mild and none causing death.

So, there are good reasons that vaccinated people should still follow precautions - mainly because the vaccine isn't widely spread enough yet and COVID is highly infectious, which means even one case can still cause an outbreak, so even if it's a very small risk of spreading the disease, it is best to still err on the side of caution for a while, but we will get there. Cutting that risk of being a spreader by 90% though is huge..

So, my answer at least, is yes - while you are definitely protecting yourself by getting vaccinated, you are protecting other people too. That's the way vaccines work - and many are far less effective than 90%. You get them for yourself and you get them for the community. The more people vaccinated the less virus present in the population. The less virus present in the population the less likely that even the unvaccinated or those who may have less than perfect coverage from them are to become ill.
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 8:05:04 AM
Minimalist design that matches my salon name badges:
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 10:09:48 AM
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Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 2:27:47 PM
Posted: Thursday, April 8, 2021 5:50:03 PM
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Posted: Friday, April 9, 2021 5:05:16 AM
Posted: Friday, April 9, 2021 7:06:22 AM
Posted: Friday, April 9, 2021 7:20:20 AM
Posted: Friday, April 9, 2021 8:28:40 AM
Here's some of mine:

Covid 19 Virus Vaccination. I GOT THE SHOT Button by lyricalsixties
Covid-19 I GOT THE SHOT. Encourage everyone to get the Covid 19 vaccine by wearing this square button / badge. It's decorated with an image of the Covid virus in red, with a large vaccination needle. The text is in black, and as it is a template it is easy to personalize with your own words if yo...

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Covid-19 virus and needle. Your name ersonalized Button by lyricalsixties
Be proud you had the COVID-19 vaccination, and encourage others by wearing this button / badge that you can personalize and add your name. It has the words - I got the shot - above a red,blue and green cartoon image of the Covid-19 virus and a vaccination syringe. The lettering is black on a white...

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Covid-19 I got the shot. End Covid. Your words T-Shirt by lyricalsixties
Wear this t-shirt to encourage others after you've had the Covid-19 vaccination (which needs two shots). It states: I got the shot. End Covid. In the centre of the words is a cartoon image of the Covid-19 virus in blue, red and green, and a vaccination syringe. As the design is a template you ca...

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Covid 19 Give it your best shot. Pink virus. T-Shirt by lyricalsixties
Covid-19 Give it your best shot. Encourage everyone to get the Covid 19 vaccine by wearing this t-shirt. It's decorated with an image of the Covid virus in shocking pink, with a vaccination needle. The text is in white, and as it is a template it is easy to personalize with your own words if you ...

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Covid 19 Get the shot. Multicolour virus Tote Bag by lyricalsixties
Encourage everyone to get the Covid-19 vaccination with this tote bag. It states: Covid-19 Get the shot. It's decorated with an image of the Covid virus in red, green and blue with a vaccination needle. The text is in black. The artwork is original, by LyricalSixties.

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Covid-19. I got the shot. End Covid. Your name Apron by lyricalsixties
Wear this personalized apron to encourage others after you've had the Covid-19 vaccination (which needs two shots). It states: I got the shot. End Covid. In the centre of the words is a cartoon image of the Covid-19 virus in blue, red and green, and a vaccination syringe. You can customise it wi...

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