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COVID-19 Update

MRC volunteers are being utilized for COVID-19 vaccine operations as vaccine quantities allow for administration at the Local Health Offices.   Both medical and non-medical volunteers are used at the clinics.  The minimum ask for Vaccination Clinic staffing is to be willing to service at one (1) clinic per week for eight (8) hours for three (3) months. This work will be in person, and PPE (surgical masks and gloves, with face shields for vaccinators) will be provided. Frequency of actually being scheduled for a shift varies based on the size of the staffing pool in each location.

For Vermont Department of Health information on COVID-19 please visit here

The Vermont Department of Health's Volunteer Responder Management System (RMS) is the secure registration, credential verification, and notification system for public health emergency response volunteers. Medical Reserve Corps units are community-based groups of volunteers that use their wide range of skills to support local public health and emergency response efforts. Those interested in joining the MRC need to register in the Health Department's RMS to be notified of where and how you may be needed. Use the button to the right to register and visit OnCallforVT.org to find out more about the Medical Reserve Corps and the find unit nearest you here.

Help with registering document.

This registration tool is part of the national Emergency System for Advanced Registration of Volunteer Healthcare Professionals (ESAR-VHP). The MRC and other organizations within the RMS use the system so that they may collect volunteer's contact information, skills, credentials, and send alerts to their volunteers when needed.