CPHA Canvax

"This resource provides details on the delivery of influenza vaccinations during COVID-19 pandemic. This guidance provides additional details on:

  • Public health measures (e.g., physical distancing) to be considered in the vaccination setting to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2
  • Modifications to immunization practices and processes (e.g., scheduling appointments)
  • Alternate vaccine delivery models (e.g., outdoor clinics)
  • Appropriate use of personal protective equipment (PPE) by staff and volunteers, and use of non-medical masks or face coverings by vaccine recipients
  • Outreach strategies to administer influenza vaccine to vulnerable persons and other at-risk groups, including housebound persons, seniors who are sheltering in place, persons within congregate living centres and persons in remote and isolated communities" - Public Health Agency of Canada

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Guidance on the use of influenza vaccine in the presence of COVID-19

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