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You have even more chances to get vaccinated
Thursday, April 28, 2022 by Tai Moses
It’s true that the pandemic is slowly receding into the background, for the most part. Yet people who are unvaccinated are still at risk of contracting the coronavirus, getting seriously ill and spreading the disease to others. That’s why Travis County, Austin Public Health and their community partners continue to urge community members to protect themselves – and others – by getting vaccinated at one of the free, convenient Covid vaccine distribution events that are scheduled throughout the week. No appointments are required. Simply visit the online calendar or map to find the date, time and location of a nearby vaccine event. Austin Public Health sites offer the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, including third doses for the immunocompromised and booster shots. Those who are receiving second or third doses or boosters should remember to bring their vaccination cards so they can be updated.
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