Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones with On/Go's Immunization Services
Did you know there’s a World Immunization Week? Celebrated every year in the last week of April, this year's theme is 'The Big Catch-Up', highlighting the need for collective action to protect people from vaccine-preventable diseases. As a health tech company, On/Go is committed to supporting this mission by making it easier than ever for people to get vaccinated.
Under the banner of 'The Big Catch-Up', the World Health Organization (WHO) is working with partners to ensure more people, particularly children, are protected from preventable diseases. According to the WHO, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted routine immunization services, leading to an alarming decline in global vaccination coverage. The goal of World Immunization Week 2023 is to catch up on lost progress in essential immunization by reaching the millions of children who missed out on vaccines, restoring essential immunization coverage to at least 2019 levels, and strengthening primary health care to deliver immunization.
On/Go is proud to be a part of this global effort by offering immunization services through our mobile app. We have partnered with CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart to provide in-person vaccinations at convenient locations across the United States. With the On/Go app, it’s now easier than ever to schedule your vaccination appointment! Simply open your On/Go app, select “Get care”, and then navigate to the “Vaccines” section to schedule your appointment today.
At On/Go, we believe in the importance of vaccines and their role in preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Vaccines have a long history of success in protecting people from diseases like smallpox, polio, and measles, and have now prevented millions of hospitalizations and death due to COVID-19. Thanks to technological advancements and innovations in vaccine development, today's vaccines are safer and more effective than ever before.
By getting vaccinated, you not only protect yourself but also your family and community. Vaccines work by stimulating your body's immune system to recognize and fight specific diseases. This helps to prevent the spread of disease and protect those who may be unable to get vaccinated, such as infants or people with weakened immune systems.
In addition to protecting yourself and your loved ones, there are other benefits to getting vaccinated. Many insurance plans cover the cost of vaccines, and some employers offer vaccine incentives or programs.
Join us in celebrating World Immunization Week 2023 and take action to protect yourself and your community. Download the On/Go app today and schedule your vaccine appointment at a CVS, Walgreens, or Walmart location near you. Let's work together to ensure that more people are protected from vaccine-preventable diseases, allowing them to live happier, healthier lives.
For more information on World Immunization Week, visit the WHO website.