Friday, September 10, 2021 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM EDT
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Duke-Margolis Events 
Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy 

Sharing Strategies and Lessons Learned for School-Located COVID-19 Vaccination 

Join us for a webinar showcasing how schools can be critical partners in the effort to protect students, their families, and their communities from COVID-19.

Despite the nation’s progress on COVID-19 vaccination, young people aged 12 and older still have disproportionately lower COVID-19 vaccination rates. By collaborating with key community organizations, health care providers, and state and local public health leaders to host school-located COVID-19 vaccination events, schools can help to increase access to and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines for adolescents who need them most.

The event will feature a call to action from White House officials, who will discuss strategies to protect students and communities from COVID-19. Next, in a moderated discussion, leaders from school districts across the U.S. will share promising approaches to school-located COVID-19 vaccination events, strategies for engaging families and communities to build vaccine confidence, and key lessons learned. Click here to view the agenda for this webinar. Please email katie.huber@duke.edu with any questions.