Infection Prevention and Control for Immunization during COVID-19

Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Programmes should be implemented at national and health care facility levels; it should include an IPC focal point at each facility. IPC should be an ongoing activity undertaken by all health workers.

IPC programme involves training in IPC measures; including personal protective equipment (PPE) and understanding of modes of transmission of diseases, including COVID 19 virus.

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