The Electric Vaccine Vehicle (EVV) is designed and built specifically to meet the needs of on-demand and mobile clinics for COVID-19 virus testing and vaccine administration.
Features like integrated power to support medical-grade freezers and refrigerators, lighting systems and drop-down treatment tables are highly configurable to meet each customer’s needs. Customized vehicle branding allows it to be identifiable as a mobile medical center.
- Meets CDC Vaccine Storage Requirements1
- Outfitted with medical-grade equipment2
- Sets up quickly – administers from both sides3
The EVV is compact, produces zero emissions and can be set up quickly. Supporting better efficiencies in both indoor and outdoor distribution efforts.
- Reduce long wait times in central distribution locations by meeting patients at their place in line
- Maximize efficiency of indoor vaccination sites, including convention centers, civic auditoriums, gyms, stadiums and arenas
- Park next to a pharmacy or in a grocery store parking lot to provide patients with outdoor administration
- Access residential neighborhoods to vaccinate residents who cannot easily travel
- Act as a vaccine station that takes up less than 100 square feet, allowing for easy group deployment
- Street-legal LSV (up to 35 mph on roads) or campus non-LSV (20 mph)4
- 50-mile driving range enables vehicle to reach underserved communities5
- Dedicated power system – 6-8 hour operation for vaccine deployment5
- Dual-occupancy and 3-point seat belts
- Best-in-class turning radius and braking
- Occupies less than 100 square feet when set up
Zero Emissions - Safely Use Indoors
All features, options, and specifications are subject to change.
1 The CDC requires a data logger or temperature monitoring device to consistently record live temperature readings from the inside of a refrigerator or freezer when storing all types of vaccines. Constant monitoring of vaccines at recommended temperatures is essential for maintaining the efficacy of a vaccine. Failing to do so can lead to wasted vaccines or ineffective vaccines being administered to patients. Please follow the CDC requirements for Vaccine Storage and the COVID-19 Vaccination Program found here.
2 All units tested and certified to maintain temperatures within refrigerated or frozen ranges required by the CDC.
3 Set-up times and equipment performance varies based on operator and surrounding conditions.
4 Check your local regulations and ordinances as to whether the EVV may be operated legally on public streets, and if so, under what conditions.
5 Driving range and equipment operation time depends on EVV configuration and driving conditions.
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