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  1. Madalyn Ulrich
  2. Programme management
  3. Wednesday, 10 November 2021

COVID-19 Listening & Learning Session:

How to set up + maintain a mass vaccination site

Wednesday, November 17 at 3:00 PM GMT (click here to check your local time)

Last month, the Boost released a COVID-19 Listening & Learning series podcast episode highlighting insights from the frontlines of COVID-19 mass vaccination sites around the globe. This episode featured experts from Curative – a U.S.-based organization focused on creating a rapidly scalable COVID-19 testing process to help flatten the curve and save lives.

Following this episode, the Curative team spent three weeks offering tailored 1-on-1 consultations with Boost members to help prepare members for setting up their own mass vaccination sites, including planning for cold chain systems with a large influx of vaccines. The Curative team also shared their own insights as well as tools for engaging community members and stakeholders.

Building on these sessions, this expert team from Curative will host a live session on Wednesday, November 17 at 3:00 PM GMT to highlight the most frequently asked questions from Boost members and to share tools that can support our global community through the pandemic.

From this live session, participants can expect to:
+ Learn more about Curative and their work setting up mass COVID-19 vaccination sites across the United States
+ Hear about skills, tips and techniques for setting up, managing and advocating for mass vaccination sites
+ Engage in small groups with a member from Curative, along with other members of the Boost Community

Before the live session, check out the full podcast episode by clicking here!

Come ready with your questions and we look forward to seeing you soon! Register and save your seat today!



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