Moving Forward Against COVID-19

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You are invited to reflect and share!

COVID-19 has been disrupting our community since March of 2020. While significant efforts have been made to educate and decrease the spread of the disease, there is still more work to be done.

Austin Public Health invites you to help shape continued efforts to combat COVID-19. Please use the tabs below to ask questions and submit comments about your experience with the COVID-19 vaccine. Please also complete the survey to share your point of view.

This SpeakUp page is available in the following translations: Arabic, Burmese, English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Please click the above link to select your preferred language.

Thank you for your participation.



English | العربية | မြန်မာဘာသာ | Español| Tiếng Việt


You are invited to reflect and share!

COVID-19 has been disrupting our community since March of 2020. While significant efforts have been made to educate and decrease the spread of the disease, there is still more work to be done.

Austin Public Health invites you to help shape continued efforts to combat COVID-19. Please use the tabs below to ask questions and submit comments about your experience with the COVID-19 vaccine. Please also complete the survey to share your point of view.

This SpeakUp page is available in the following translations: Arabic, Burmese, English, Spanish and Vietnamese. Please click the above link to select your preferred language.

Thank you for your participation.

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Can we please move forward? The government cannot remove all risk from life. People have had two years to get healthy and resilient to this disease through lifestyle changes and vaccinations. It's time to move on.

Alexisadams 5 months ago

RE: Immunizations -- Covid19 and All

At the height of the crisis earlier this year, my mother and I were turned away at the Delco Center one frigid February afternoon, despite aph registration. Other residents from all over the metropolitan area, with no limitations relating to technology, age, mobility, transportation stood strong with their appointments accessed online. Now it's October and flu season. Again, we find ourselves waiting for the flu shot behind entitled, arrogant, techies who were able to register online. There's no other way for the rest of us to make an appointment. It's amazing in the city's effort to encourage people of color, seniors and others to get vaccinated that there are so many barriers and hurdles to do what is in our personal and community's best interested. Please help.

Jessyl Bradford 7 months ago
Page last updated: 22 Nov 2021, 01:51 PM