AVAC led a diverse group of stakeholders in a letter sent to Congressional leadership providing recommendations on how Congress should invest in immunization infrastructure to prepare for the allocation, distribution, and administration of a new COVID-19 pandemic vaccine. The deployment of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is the key to fully re-opening the American economy. And while the existing public health preparedness and response and immunization program infrastructure in the United States provide a solid foundation, there are gaps that must be addressed to ensure that our nation is prepared to engage in a timely, comprehensive, and equitable vaccination campaign. Infrastructure investments must be made now to further strengthen, enhance, and scale up the ability of public health primary care physicians, pharmacists, and other health care providers in the community who currently provide immunization to meet demand for a future COVID-19 vaccine. Read the full letter here.