February 11, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Public Health Ontario

To meet community immunization needs, a flexible hybrid model for vaccine administration has been proposed by York Region Public Health. Addressing the timeliness, efficiency, and safety of York Region residents, this model is comprised of: multiple fixed clinic sites varying in size, drive-through clinics, and mobile clinics, coupled with an “outreach immunization program” for congregate settings. A number of clinics have piloted the flu vaccine in a similar way to ensure operational readiness. The learnings from the immunization drive-through clinic suggest that a mass immunization drive-through for the COVID-19 vaccine can provide significant benefits and will likely be a complement to a larger immunization strategy.

Intended audience: Public health unit staff involved in either the planning for mass immunization and/or general COVID-19 response

The objectives of the webinar are to:

1. Recognize the steps required to plan and implement a mass immunization drive-through clinic

2. Identify the benefits and challenges of implementing a mass immunization drive-through clinic given the COVID-19 context

3. Summarize the feasibility/suitability factors to be considered when executing an immunization drive-through in various settings

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