COVID-19 Resources for Immunization Professionals

Mar 31, 2020

Dear Boost Community,

Thank you for your ongoing efforts to support immunization services in your communities in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic. The Boost team is currently compiling resources to help you during these challenging and uncertain times. Feel free to share your resources with us by either commenting on this post or emailing info@boostcommunity.orgPlease note that this post will be updated as we receive more information from the community. 

Thank you,
The Boost Team


Resources from the World Health Organization

~related to immunization services

~other resources


Webinars

  • March 23/24: (Project ECHO) Special One Health COVID-19 Response ECHO Update Sessions - View AFROHUN and SEAOHUN Webinar Recordings
    View COVID-19 FAQs from the One Health Institute at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

     
  • March 24: (Amref and Dalberg) Responding to COVID-19: Learning Session for African Leaders - Session 1 Webinar Recording | Presentation
    This session has been turned into a bi-weekly series where the webinar hosts will address emerging questions on COVID-19 and provide a forum for key experts to share their knowledge. Please register in advance for the webinar series using this link. You will then receive a confirmation email with dial-in details. You are welcome to forward this invitation to other leaders who could benefit from the sessions. The next hour-long session will take place Thursday April 9, 2020 at 4:00 PM EAT. Please don't hesitate to contact us at COVID@dalberg.com or info.COVID-19@amref.org if you have any further questions.

  • April 8/9: (Project ECHO) Special One Health COVID-19 Response ECHO Update Sessions - View AFROHUN and SEAOHUN Webinar Recordings


Additional Resources

  • LNCT's New Resource Page Features Guidance on Immunization Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Boost Community's COVID-19 Country Guidance in our Medica Center. Guidances organized by WHO Regions and shared by immunization professionals in various countries. 

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