WHO monitors vaccinations in Ukrainian regions with EU support
May 24, 2021

WHO monitors vaccinations in Ukrainian regions with EU support

The World Health Organization (WHO) in Ukraine has started monitoring visits to the regions to assess the implementation of the COVID-19 vaccination programme and provide regions with recommendations on how to improve the process of vaccination. These visits are part of activities of the joint project of the WHO and EU to support the deployment of COVID-19 vaccines and cover all phases of vaccination in the country.

The WHO in Ukraine is working closely with the Ministry of Health, the National Immunisation Technical Advisory Group, the Public Health Centre, National Health Service of Ukraine, State Expert Centre and representatives of international organisations.

In the coming weeks, the multi-disciplinary monitoring groups will visit fixed and temporary vaccination points in several regions of Ukraine to assess and give recommendations concerning overall coordination and management, personnel skills on implementing vaccination sessions, infection control and other aspects of COVID-19 vaccination.

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