Did you know that up to 1.5 Million volunteers are needed to register for Phase 3 Trials for each of the current five COVID-19 vaccine candidates to fully launch?   

You Can Help Accelerate Operation Warp Speed.  

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It's simple.  Register Yourself and Encourage Others To Do the Same.

Best Practice:  Hang Posters in the Pharmacy or Distribute Flyers to the Community

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  • Below are the English and Spanish versions of flyers and posters produced by Fred Hutch Research Center - the hosts of the Coronavirus Prevention Network and the registration site.

  • Hang posters in the pharmacy or distribute flyers to the community and be ready to answer questions about the registration and trials by reading through registration site FAQs above

  • While not necessary to register, if you ask the registrant to put RXRX in the site code at the end, we can track community pharmacy's efforts in accelerating Operation Warp Speed! 

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Best Practice:  Initiate Conversations with At-Risk Individuals 

  • Current registrants are disproportionately not at risk.  Operation Warp Speed needs at- risk populations to register to fill out Phase 3 Trial enrollment and ensure safety and efficacy 

  • Community pharmacies are staffed by trusted health care professionals who communicate well with their patrons and patients

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  • Use flyers as bag stuffers at prescription pick up or when delivering medications for at-risk patents at their homes

  • Ensure your patients understand why their participation is so important as an at risk individual 

  • Educate your staff at your weekly meeting about how Clinical Trials work, the historical safety record of vaccine trials and why at-risk populations need to participate


CPESN® USA is a clinically integrated, nationwide Accountable Pharmacy Organization  structured to advance community-based pharmacy practice. They empower community-based pharmacies that are deeply rooted within their community by fostering their ability to provide high quality, patient-centered enhanced services. CPESN® pharmacies integrate with other healthcare providers on the patient’s care team to coordinate medical treatment. The results are better medication adherence, higher patient satisfaction, and lower healthcare costs. You can find CPESN® networks of pharmacy providers in 45 states across America. To learn more, please visit cpesn.com.

About NCPA

Founded in 1898, the National Community Pharmacists Association is the voice for independent pharmacy, representing 21,000 pharmacies and employing more than 250,000 individuals nationwide. Independent pharmacy is a $75.8 billion marketplace. Community pharmacists are local health care problem-solvers who can customize solutions to local health challenges for groups and employers.   https://ncpa.org/