For Immunization Partners

Planning for Vaccination during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Call to Action

Help Kids’ Safe Return to School – Get Caught Up on Recommended Vaccines

COVID-19 disrupted both in-person learning and routine well-child visits for many children over the last year.  As a result, too many children have fallen behind on receiving recommended vaccines. Please see CDC’s Call to Action which highlights ways healthcare systems, health care providers, schools, state and local governments, and families can help get children caught up on vaccinations.

COVID-19 Vaccination Resources

Find information for professionals on COVID-19 vaccination administration, storage and handing, reporting, data & reporting systems, recipient education, and more.

Educational and Promotional Resources for Partners

Find resources for each group or topic, including toolkits, drop-in articles, digital media tools, videos, PSAs, fact sheets, and social media messages.

Resiliency of U.S. Vaccination System
Woman in a mask pointing to her arm where she was vaccinated.

Healthcare providers throughout the United States are helping individuals stay on track with routine and seasonal flu vaccinations, while preparing to administer COVID-19 vaccines.

Equity in Adult Vaccination
A latino man and two latino boys in masks showing their bandaids from where they were vaccinated.

CDC’s vision is to reduce racial and ethnic disparities that exist in immunization through partnerships that drive community-level action and support racial and ethnic minority communities.

Vaccinate with Confidence
Vaccinate with Confidence: Protect communities, empower families, stop myths.

Vaccinate with Confidence is CDC’s strategic framework to strengthen vaccine confidence and prevent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States.

Page last reviewed: August 6, 2021