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States Are Getting Ready to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines. What Do Their Plans Tell Us So Far?

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Reviews and summarizes COVID-19 vaccination plans from 47 U.S. states and identifies common themes and concerns. Assesses states' progress in key areas: identifying priority populations, identifying the network of providers responsible for administering vaccines, developing the data collection and reporting systems, and laying out a communications strategy for the period before and during vaccination.
Author(s)
Josh Michaud, Jennifer Kates, Rachel Dolan, Jennifer Tolbert
Date
11/2020
Type
Document
Organization
Kaiser Family Foundation
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Access · Emergency preparedness and response · Infectious diseases · Vaccination · State-by-state