Webinar: Estimating the cost of delivering COVID-19 vaccine in COVAX 92 AMC countries

September 15, 2021

Part of the fall 2021 inaugural webinar series of the Immunization Economics SIG that focuses on current research relevant to the immunization economics community of practice.

In the first session, Stephen Resch will present “Estimating the cost of delivering COVID19 vaccine in COVAX 92 AMC countries.” The session will focus on a high-level costing model requested by COVAX to inform its strategic planning and resource mobilization. Dr. Resch will describe the collaborative development process, model structure, costing assumptions, and results for different policy scenarios regarding the timing of vaccine roll-out within and across countries participating in COVAX, prioritization of population groups, and the mix of delivery methods to reach target populations.


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