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found this today

long wait but they were helpful




To Request a COVID-19 CISA Clinical Consultation

Healthcare providers or health departments in the United States can request a consultation from CISA COVIDvax for a complex COVID-19 vaccine safety question that is (1) about an individual patient residing in the United States or vaccine safety issue and (2) not readily addressed by CDC or Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) guidelines.

This request can be made through CDC-INFO by:

  • Calling 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636), or
  • Submitting a request via CDC-INFO webform

When making the request, indicate that the request is for CISA Project consultation and it will be forwarded to the CISA COVIDvax clinicians for review.

Provide the following in the form:

  • Your name and phone number
  • Your health professional training category (i.e., medical doctor, nurse practitioner, pharmacist)
  • Indication that a CISA COVIDvax consultation is requested
  • Enough clinical background information to enable CDC CISA clinical staff to evaluate the inquiry properly.
    Do not include patient names or personal identifying health information in the request.

In case of an emergent clinical COVID-19 vaccine safety inquiry, healthcare providers and health department staff can call the CDC Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Watch Desk at (770)-488-7100. The EOC Watch Desk will route emergency inquiries to the CISA COVIDvax on-call staff.

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