Mass vaccination clinics involve the administration of vaccine(s) to a large number of people over a relatively short period of time, allowing providers to rapidly and efficiently immunize communities. Due to the unique nature of mass vaccination clinics, they frequently are held in non-traditional or temporary settings, such as in parking lots or large indoor spaces. Patient flow may be managed through a variety of venues, such as walk-through, drive-through, and curbside clinics, or by using mobile medical units.
This listing from the Immunization Action Coalition offers access to guidance documents, toolkits, and other helpful resources, produced over a span of many years, and to information that can be adapted to meet the needs of your mass vaccination program and planned clinic locations. Please keep in mind that some documents may provide information or strategies that are not generalizable across different jurisdictions, such as mass vaccination roles for non-medical volunteers. In addition, many of the guidance documents listed below were created in the past and will need to be modified to ensure additional protections are implemented (e.g., social distancing and wearing protective equipment such as masks, face shields, goggles, and gloves, where appropriate) to safeguard staff and patients from COVID-19.
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