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Please Help WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the Boost Immunization Professional Community Understand Your Needs During COVID-19 Pandemic

You are most certainly getting many questions on COVID-19. Technical guidance has been developed on how to maintain safe immunization services, advice on campaigns and how to plan for catch-up vaccination after the pandemic, but the situation is evolving. We need your assistance to better understand what you need from WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the Boost Immunization Professional Community. This quick poll should only take you 3-7 MINUTES. Answers are anonymous unless you let us use your contact email. THANK YOU! The poll is also available in French.

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