Satellite, Temporary, and Off-Site Vaccination Clinic Supply Checklist

Below are supplies that may be needed to conduct a satellite, temporary, or off-site vaccination clinic. The list may not be comprehensive. Your state or local public health immunization program may also have a checklist.

For large-scale clinics held at large facilities, such as stadiums and arenas, or over multiple days, additional supplies will be needed. Contact your state or local public health preparedness program and work with the clinic medical director for additional guidance and assistance.

Quantity of supplies needed will vary significantly between smaller, one-day clinics held in schools, churches, or pharmacies and large-scale clinics held in arenas or held over multiple days.

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VACCINES
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CLINICAL SUPPLIES
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MEDICAL EMERGENCY SUPPLIES

If possible, it is preferable that emergency medical services (EMS) staff be available during the clinic. Clinical staff providing vaccine should be trained in CPR and able to respond to medical emergencies.

Additional supplies needed during the COVID-19 pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, additional supplies are needed to protect both staff and patients, including:

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Page last reviewed: August 11, 2020