Immunization Status in the Context of COVID-19 – Brief Survey to Help WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the Boost Immunization Professional Community Understand Current Disruptions and Recovery Plans During COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 has affected immunization programs around the world. The pulse poll done in April suggested that immunization delivery disruptions were widespread through all continents. That information was used to revise/develop global guidance and plan for upcoming webinars. However, the situation changes rapidly. We are asking for your help to better understand the current disruptions and the steps being implemented to monitor the situation and plan for recovery. All questions relate to what the situation was in May 2020. Questions with an asterisk (*) are required to continue. Arrows in the keyboard can be used to go back. Please take this quick survey, which should only take you 10-15 minutes to complete. You can also access the survey in French here.

One response to “Immunization Status in the Context of COVID-19 – Brief Survey to Help WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the Boost Immunization Professional Community Understand Current Disruptions and Recovery Plans During COVID-19 Pandemic

  1. Le PEV Congo va doter les centres de vaccination d’équipements de protection individuelle(EPI) et de produits d’hygiène pour encourager les vaccinateurs et les usagers à maintenir la continuité du service de vaccination dans le contexte de la pandémie.

    Cette intervention doit être appuyée par une communication adaptée au contexte et nous souhaitons échanger avec les collègues sur les stratégies de communication à adopter.

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