Vaccine Coverage Analysis can be used to identify underserved populations and optimize plans for disease vaccination sites.
Comprehensive vaccination coverage is one of the most effective ways to stop a pandemic and reopen communities. Communities of color and socioeconomically vulnerable areas are disproportionately burdened when vaccinations are available but underutilized. Identifying areas of low vaccination rates and vulnerable populations can help ensure equitable vaccine distribution. Vaccine Coverage Analysis is typically implemented by health and human services or public safety agencies that want to optimize the location of vaccination sites, maximize limited resources, and ensure communities affected the most have access to vaccines.
The Vaccine Coverage Analysis solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you identify priority and underserved populations, locate optimal vaccination sites, and share vaccine site information with internal and external stakeholders.
This ArcGIS Solution can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization.
See Deploy an ArcGIS Solution for more information.
Vaccine Coverage Analysis requires the following:
- ArcGIS Online
- ArcGIS Pro 2.7 or later (Advanced)
- ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension
Vaccine Coverage Analysis includes the following information products:
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Vaccine Coverage Analysis
An ArcGIS Pro project used by health and human services analysts to identify priority and underserved populations, locate optimal vaccination sites, and share vaccine site information with internal and external stakeholders
GIS Professional Advanced
When you deploy this solution in your ArcGIS organization, you also get an ArcGIS Solution item that organizes the key information products and summarizes all the ArcGIS items (applications, forms, projects, maps, feature layers, feature layer views, and so on) included with the solution. The ArcGIS Solution item also illustrates any dependencies items have on each other.
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