vaccines

vaccines

POP-UP & SCHOOL-BASED VACCINATION CLINICS THIS WEEK

For Immediate Release
Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Contact:
Jason Maulucci, Press Secretary
Office of the Governor
jason.maulucci@vermont.gov


POP-UP & SCHOOL-BASED VACCINATION CLINICS THIS WEEK

Montpelier, Vt. - Governor Phil Scott announced today a series of walk-in vaccination clinics that will be open at schools and other sites across Vermont this week for anyone age 12 or older.

GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT DISCUSSES OVERDOSE AWARENESS DAY, START OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, VACCINES AND VERMONT DATA AT WEEKLY COVID-19 BRIEFING

For Immediate Release:
Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Contact:
Jason Maulucci, Press Secretary
Office of the Governor
Jason.Maulucci@vermont.gov

 

TRANSCRIPT: GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT DISCUSSES OVERDOSE AWARENESS DAY, START OF THE SCHOOL YEAR, VACCINES AND VERMONT DATA AT WEEKLY COVID-19 BRIEFING

Vaccine Storage and Handling

Failure to store and handle vaccines properly can reduce vaccine potency, resulting in inadequate immune responses in patients and poor protection against disease. Patients lose confidence in vaccines and their providers when revaccination is necessary because the vaccine(s) they received may have been compromised (exposed to inappropriate conditions/temperatures or handled improperly). 

Vermont Child Vaccine Program / Vermont Adult Vaccine Program

Vermont is a universal state, where the state Immunization Program purchases vaccines from the CDC federal contract at no cost to providers, for use in all children and adults. In order to receive vaccines, a provider practice must enroll in the Vermont Child Vaccine Program (VCVP) and/or Vermont Adult Vaccine Program (VAVP) programs. Vaccines are funded by the federal Vaccines for Children program, fees assessed on health insurers who cover Vermont lives, and limited discretionary federal 317 funding.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - vaccines