Recommendations for Adapting Emergency Medical Teams (EMTs) at Temporary COVID-19 Vaccination Sites. Preliminary Document, Version 2.3 - November 2021
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Emergency medical teams (EMTs) play an important role in strengthening health service networks in terms of their strategies and tactics for planning mass vaccination programs, especially in remote or under-resourced areas or those overwhelmed by COVID-19. EMTs experience deploying in remote areas and handling operational challenges to ensure their response even under the most austere conditions will be of great support in facing the technical and logistical challenges to timely and equitable access to vaccines at the local level.
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