February 22–24, 2021
The National Forum on COVID-19 Vaccine is a virtual event that will unite representatives from across the US government, with tribal, state, local, and territorial leaders and representatives from public health, healthcare systems, national and community-based non-governmental organizations, education, private industry, unions, and faith-based organizations. All have a role in supporting COVID-19 vaccination.
The Forum aims to promote the most effective strategies to build trust and confidence in COVID-19 vaccines, use data to optimize vaccine implementation, and provide participants with practical information for increasing vaccine access in communities nationwide, especially for persons at increased risk of COVID-19 disease and those who may face barriers to vaccination.
CDC is organizing a virtual National Forum on COVID-19 Vaccine (Feb. 22-24, 2021) that will bring together practitioners from national, state, tribal, local, and territorial levels who are engaged in vaccinating communities across the nation. You can learn more about the event, and the specific sessions that being offered: National Forum for COVID-19 Vaccine | CDC.
The Forum will facilitate the information exchange on the most effective strategies to:
- Build trust and confidence in COVID-19 vaccines
- Use data to drive vaccine implementation
- Provide practical information for optimizing and maximizing equitable vaccine access
If you have questions about this event, you can contact: COVIDVaccineForum@cdc.gov