Whether you are a public health provider interested in setting up a Vote & Vax clinic or simply want to learn more about our project, Vote & Vax has answers to your questions.
Below, we’ve answered several commonly asked questions about the Vote & Vax program. As we begin to post updates on future Vote & Vax efforts, check back here for updated questions and new information. If we don’t answer your question here, please feel free to Contact Us.
May provider organizations form partnerships to host Vote & Vax clinics? For example, may a local public health department partner or contract out to a for-profit provider to operate a Vote & Vax clinic?
Can for-profit providers of vaccinations participate in Vote & Vax?
Do we charge for delivering a flu shot at a Vote and Vax clinic?
How do I choose the right polling places or adjacent sites at which to set up a clinic?
What election regulations must we comply with to hold a Vote & Vax clinic?
What kind of permissions do I need to participate in the Vote & Vax program?
Can I participate without obtaining permission from my local election official?
Does my Vote & Vax clinic have to be at the exact same location as the polling site?
Is funding available to support local flu clinics from Vote & Vax?
Some of the residents in our area are not proficient in English. How can we reach them?
How can we promote our Vote & Vax clinic?
Can I run a Vote & Vax clinic without registering?