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UCA has been working with the CDC and all 50 states to help identify urgent care centers that can rapidly deploy and administer the COVID-19 vaccine upon FDA approval. Each state has submitted its vaccination administration plan to the CDC. Right now, Vaccination Task Forces and other committees are being created for each state to plan for the administration of the COVID-19 vaccination when approved.
CLICK HERE TO Contact the COVID-19 point person in your state to serve on the Vaccination Task Force
If you have any additional questions, please contact UCA's Chief Development Officer Kim Youngblood.
This message is from the UCA COVID-19 LISTSERV where UCA members can voice their opinions and share information. The opinions expressed are those of the individual and not necessarily those of the Urgent Care Association. For current guidelines and information always refer to the CDC coronavirus information page and your local health department.
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