COVID-19 is the greatest biological catastrophe of the XXI century. For the first time in history vaccines from five different biotechnological platforms were approved within a year from the start of the pandemic. However, vaccination entails huge logistics challenges. One of them is developing a vaccine distribution plan to achieve equal immunity at different levels and structures of the health sector. The vaccination program effectiveness becomes more complex due to Peru’s huge environmental, social, and economic diversity. The methodology used is empirical and explanatory in nature. The data collection instruments were applied to health professionals in Peru. To find vaccination effectiveness perception, a Likert scale questionnaire on the vaccination process planning, communication, logistics, and effectiveness was used. Results indicate that there is a significant influence between almost all the study variables, except for the Planning-Effectiveness relationship which requires logistics and communication as facilitators to become significant.
Translated title of the contributionEstudio sobre la eficacia del proceso de vacunación COVID-19 en Perú
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2022 MIT SCALE Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean
Number of pages8
StateAccepted/In press - 13 Jun 2022

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