Volunteer to help at PUSD flu shot clinics by directing traffic and checking vaccination forms.
Pasadena Unified School District first started working with the Pasadena Public Health Department and Los Angeles County to assist with the administering of flu shots in 2012 during the H1N1 flu pandemic. PUSD Health Services has continued to do so ever since. It is vital for us to help our community stay healthy and strong.
Given Covid-19, this year’s flu shot clinics have even greater importance. The flu vaccine limits comorbidity with the coronavirus. Everyone is strongly encouraged to get immunized against the flu this year.
These clinics are being used as models. What is learned from the operations of these clinics will directly inform local government agencies how to best administer Covid-19 vaccines throughout our area. It will help them determine the best operational practices for eventually immunizing our community from this deadly disease.
Volunteers are welcome to arrive a few minutes early and get immunized before their shift.
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Please arrive on time to go over your volunteer instructions and assist clinic staff with set up.
Dress for comfort, mobility, and the weather. We suggest you wear closed-toe sneakers and a hat to protect your face from the sun. Wear sunscreen. Wear a mask. Gloves and sanitizer will be provided.
**All volunteers help with the understanding that they do so at their own risk. Anytime a person leaves their home, they increase their chance of exposure to COVID-19.**
We are asking for a specific number of volunteers. If you cannot make your shift, please let us know right away. Never volunteer if you are not feeling well. Cancel your shift.