The Health Resources and Services Administration this week announced details on its notice of funding opportunity for its Rural Health Clinic Vaccine Confidence Program. The program’s purpose is to support rural health clinics as they work toward improving vaccine confidence, counter vaccine hesitancy, and help with access to the vaccination in rural communities that are experiencing low COVID-19 vaccination rates. Eligible applicants include Medicare-certified rural health clinics and organizations that own and operate Medicare-certified rural health clinics. For more information about the funding opportunity visit HRSA’s webpage. Questions on the program, can be sent to RHCVaxConfidence@hrsa.gov

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