Working With Us
Vote & Vax is eager to work with election officials so that local vaccination clinics are in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
As part of participating in the Vote & Vax program, vaccination providers are strongly encouraged to contact and meet with their local election official to identify appropriate polling sites for flu clinics. After choosing polling sites, providers and the election official will sign a Letter of Agreement to signify the provider’s compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
If holding the flu clinic at a polling site is not feasible, the Vote & Vax program does allow providers to hold a flu clinic within a convenient distance from a polling site. Even if providers hold Vote & Vax clinics outside of official polling sites, it is still recommended that they contact their local election officials to inform them of the flu clinic
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