Thanks to AofA contributor Laura Hayes for sharing a link to a lengthy document about how the Public Health community can set up drive through vaccination clinics in case of an emergency infectious disease situation. Ebola. (No vaccine available.) Zika (No vaccine available.) Flu, Measles, Chicken Pox... (Emergency status is all in the propaganda after all.) It's called the Drive Through Public Dispensing Planning Guide.
You can read the document here.
Uh, oh. Many of us will be considered "problematic," won't we?
I tried to find documentation about risk of injury, informed consent, what happens if a person has a seizure while driving away and crashes into an innocent family on their way to Church, you know, something about the real implications of drive through medicine.
Of course, there's at least one person we know who probably thinks this NACCHO document is nifty.... Leave a comment if you get the joke. Although the joke is on the unwitting American public.