COVID-19 Vaccines: Development, Distribution and Mandates

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John Schroder (Editor)

Series: Infectious Diseases and Microbiology
BISAC: MED022090

Vaccines protect people from disease by preparing the body to respond to an infection. Vaccinations are a key part of individual and community health, but vaccine development remains complex and costly. Innovative technologies and approaches may enhance the nation’s ability to respond to infectious diseases. For example, reverse vaccinology and next-generation platforms—combined with existing research—helped researchers develop some COVID-19 vaccines more quickly and effectively.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 2. Building Trust and Battling Barriers: The Urgent Need to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy
Committee on Oversight and Reform

Chapter 3. Building Vaccine Confidence: Our Shot at Curbing the Pandemic in Chicago and Beyond
Committee on Oversight and Reform

Chapter 4. COVID-19 State of Vaccine Confidence Insights Report
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Chapter 5. Domestic Funding for COVID-19 Vaccines: An Overview
Kavya Sekar

Chapter 6. The U.S. Government’s Role in Domestic and Global COVID-19 Vaccine Supply and Distribution: Frequently Asked Questions
Sara M. Tharakan and Taylor R. Wyatt

Chapter 7. Global COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Sara M. Tharakan and Tiaji Salaam-Blyther

Chapter 8. International COVID-19 Data and Vaccine Distribution: Selected Resources
Hannah Fischer

Chapter 9. COVID-19: HHS Agencies’ Planned Reviews of Vaccine Distribution and Communication Efforts Should Include Stakeholder Perspectives
United States Government Accountability Office Report to Congressional Committees

Chapter 10. COVID-19: HHS and DOD Transitioned Vaccine Responsibilities to HHS, but Need to Address Outstanding Issues
United States Government Accountability Office

Chapter 11. COVID-19 Vaccination: Selected U.S. Data Sources
Ada S. Cornell and Angela Napili

Chapter 12. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA): COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) on Health Care Employment and Vaccinations and Testing for Large Employers
Scott D. Szymendera

Chapter 13. State and Federal Authority to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccination
Wen W. Shen

Chapter 14. Status of Federal COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate Litigation
Wen W. Shen

Chapter 15. Liability Issues Related to COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturing and Global Distribution
Sara M. Tharakan and Nina M. Hart

Chapter 16. Compensation Programs for COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries
Kevin J. Hickey and Erin H. Ward

Index