Volunteers Needed for Mass Vaccination Centers
As part of our campaign to end the Covid-19 pandemic that has already sickened millions of Americans and led to 400,000 deaths across the U.S., the Chicago Medical Society (CMS), Metro Infectious Disease Consultants (MIDC), the Illinois Medical Professionals Action Collaborative Team (IMPACT), and the Indian Nurses Association of Illinois (INAI) have been working with the state, city, and county to plan the creation and the staffing of the Mass Vaccination Centers in the Chicago area.
We are grateful for the tireless efforts of the thousands of health care professionals throughout our city and state for their ongoing care for their patients during this most challenging time. It will take a coordinated and colossal effort to defeat this historic pandemic and it starts by carrying out a mass vaccination effort. We are seeking health care professionals to assist in the coming weeks and months at our Mass Vaccination Centers.
If you are interested in learning more about the volunteer opportunities, please fill out the form below:
Sign up today so we can get you the information to become a volunteer at a Mass Vaccination Center.
→ Volunteering to vaccinate does not mean that you will be able to receive a vaccination.
→ While we will reach out to you with vaccination opportunities via email, you can also explore opportunities that we have available for those that have signed up to volunteer.
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