Boost Webinar – COVID-19 Vaccination: Infection Prevention Control for COVID-19 Vaccine Introduction

March 9, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination: Building Global Capacity Webinar Series 

The one-hour learning session will be held on March 9 from 12:00 -13:00 CET and will focus on Regulatory and Procurement for national and sub-national focal points. Interpretation into the UN official languages and Portuguese will be made available, as needed.

This session is for health workers focused on infection prevention and control for COVID-19 vaccine introduction and will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to ask questions and share lessons learned on key aspects of COVID-19 vaccine introduction and administration.

Register here 

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