Boost Webinar – COVID-19 Vaccination: National Deployment and Vaccination Planning and Implementation

February 9, 2021

The Boost community is launching a new webinar series on COVID-19 vaccination. The webinar sessions will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to ask questions and share lessons learned on key aspects of COVID-19 vaccine introduction and administration. They will focus on key aspects of COVID-19 vaccination for global, regional, and national stakeholders. This first session (Feb 9) will focus on National Deployment and Vaccination Plan (NDVP) and allocation processes. Subsequent sessions will focus on key topics such as: costing/budgeting for COVID-19 vaccine introduction; vaccination strategies for priority groups and humanitarian buffer; generating acceptance and demand for COVID-19 vaccines supporting community led activities and reaching key influencers, etc.

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