Cities, counties, and states from coast to coast are upping the ante on lockdowns and restrictions due to an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases, but the light at the end of the tunnel can be seen. As more news of successful clinical trials of a vaccine are being reported, temporary vaccine clinics will be needed to handle the demand for vaccinations.
The demand for temporary fabric buildings, portable party tents, and commercial-grade canopies are going to be on the rise as pharmacies and medical facilities look to create short-term and long-term solutions for vaccine clinics. These structures can be quickly assembled and anchored* to a variety of surfaces and allow vaccine clinics to be set up quickly.
What Types of Structures Can Vaccine Clinics Use?
ShelterLogic Group manufactures a wide variety of fabric buildings, party tents, and portable canopies that medical centers can use to set up vaccine clinics in parking lots, public spaces, or wherever there is a need. These structures can also be used by the medical profession as a medical screening tent, testing stations, containment tent, surge tent, triage tent, test lab, storage area, patient waiting area, and more.
ShelterTech SP Series Shelters
Fabric buildings like ShelterTech SP Series
shelters can be configured to host a variety of needs for vaccine clinics. These temporary structures can be assembled in a matter of days and can be configured in a variety of sizes based on a medical center or pharmacy’s needs.
These strong, stable buildings are made with tough galvanized steel frames, and rugged PVC covers that resist mold and mildew. Also, ShelterTech buildings are wind and snow-load rated** and are designed and tested to stand up to tough weather conditions.
ShelterTech SP Series buildings come as small as 12 feet wide by 20 feet long by 8 feet high and as large as 24 feet wide by 100 feet long by 18 feet high. They are large enough to be used as a hangar for small airplanes. That means they can be designed as vaccine clinics to include a registration and waiting area, examination rooms, storage rooms, and much more.
These shelters can also be ordered in three different styles to match the aesthetics of an existing building: