Thursday, 01 April 2021
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You can already register to the next session of the Webinar series for National/subnational Focal Points on COVID-19 Vaccination: Planning and Implementation

Topic: Vaccination strategies for COVID-19 vaccination

When: 6 April (12-1PM CET)


You can find all the information regarding the previous webinar sessions here:

These webinars are brought to you by the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator’s Country Readiness and Delivery (CRD) workstream, Project ECHO, Boost, TechNet-21, and the COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Project.

2 years ago

Hi everyone,

The recording of the webinar on Vaccination strategies for COVID-19 vaccination is now available in three languages here:

- English

- Spanish

- French 

2 years ago

Answers to all questions asked during the webinar session and in the two Telegram channels have now been provided by the session presenters. The full Q&A has been consolidated into a single document that can be found here:

These are the questions that have been answered:

  • What are you planning to do to improve the capacity of health facilities in the face of the challenges indicated in your presentation (Uganda)?
  • According to the presentation about Uganda, HIV as a comorbidity doesn't increase the risk of severe form of COVID-19. Is it true regardless of the CD4 level?
  • Why is it that people with asthma and HIV are less at risk to die from COVID-19, despite these conditions having more impact on the respiratory system than diabetes or hypertension?
  • I wonder if it is advisable to follow up the children of mothers vaccinated during pregnancy because the data presented refer to the time of delivery.
  • How to identify and mobilize these target population for vaccination? Especially with comorbidities and elderly, particularly in the Low and Middle Income Countries with fragile health systems?
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