a vehicle supplied with the basic equipment or materials necessary for a particular purpose, as for televising on location or being used as an x-ray or inoculation clinic.
a transceiver in a vehicle or carried by a person.
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How to use mobile unit in a sentence
Smaller doctor’s offices or community clinics, or mobile units that go into long-term care facilities, for example, won’t have to store all three vaccines, but instead could focus on one, streamlining the logistics of their vaccination efforts.CDC Authorizes Boosters of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccines | Alice Park | October 21, 2021 | Time
Next he went to a mobile unit, where a nurse in a blue coat swabbed his arm with alcohol, told him to “put your mind in a nice place,” and administered a swift jab of the needle.Churches pair up with clinics to deliver coronavirus vaccine to those who need it most | Jenna Portnoy | February 10, 2021 | Washington Post
States would look at places with the highest rates of Covid-19 cases, then saturate those areas with mass vaccination centers, mobile units, and other resources.America’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout is way too complicated | German Lopez | January 15, 2021 | Vox
Jha said one way to alleviate such concerns may be to target places where, say, people of color live with vaccine centers or mobile units — not to put them ahead in line, but to ensure they can get vaccines quickly when it’s their turn.America’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout is way too complicated | German Lopez | January 15, 2021 | Vox
The horn detector, however, was large and cumbersome and not satisfactory for a mobile unit.America's Munitions 1917-1918 | Benedict Crowell