People will be directed to go to a staging area first and will not be allowed to go directly to the clinic site. This access will be controlled for security purposes. At the staging area, residency and identification will be checked and forms distributed to fill out. Forms and information sheets will also be available online to speed processing. The people will then be bussed to the clinic sites where their forms will be reviewed, questions answered, and in the case of smallpox, an informational video would be shown prior to signing a consent form. Mental health support services will be available. Vaccinations will then be given to those who consent for treatment and instructions for site care will be given. Licensed volunteer healthcare professionals will give the vaccinations. (It would be helpful to wear short sleeves or otherwise have the upper arm easily accessible.) The busses will then return the group to the collection site to complete the process. In the case of pandemic influenza or anthrax exposure, the clinic would be set up to dispense oral medications or administer vaccines, and this would require again a very large number of volunteers.