Thursday, June 17, 2021

Austin Public Health and Travis County Partner with Community Organizations for Juneteenth COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Austin Public Health (APH) and Travis County will be partnering with local community organization to provide pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics around the County for the Juneteenth weekend. These clinics are available to all eligible individuals without registration or appointments.

Please check the details of events below to confirm dates, locations, times, and age eligibility depending on the vaccine being administered. Locations offering Moderna and Pfizer are providing first and second doses. If you are receiving your second dose, please bring your CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to be updated.

Individuals attending these events should be weather aware as temperatures are expected to be hot over the weekend. Remember to drink plenty of water and wear appropriate clothing as parts of the line are outside and exposed to weather, and wear garments that allow you to easily expose your arm.


Thursday, June 17

JD's Supermarket (Travis County) JD's Supermarket (Travis County) JD's Supermarket (Travis County) JD's Supermarket (Travis County)

Friday, June 18

FourHands (APH) Southeast Library (APH) Little Walnut Creek Library (APH) Grant Worship Center (APH)

Saturday, June 19

The Rock ATX (APH) Travis County Expo Center (Travis County) Dailey Middle School (Travis County) Del Valle High School – Opportunity Center (APH & Travis County) East Metro Park (Travis County Juneteenth Celebration "Bring Your Family to Park Day") Covenant Presbyterian Church (APH) Rosewood Neighborhood Park (APH) Givens Park (APH) Delco Activity Center (APH) Our Lady of Guadalupe (APH) Little Walnut Creek Library (APH) Austin FC Q2 Stadium (Travis County) *Game ticket holders only
COVID-19 Information
For more information on COVID-19 and vaccinations visit: or call 3-1-1 (512-974-2000).
About Juneteenth
On June 19th, 1865, the news finally reached Galveston, Texas that the Civil War had ended and that enslaved Africans and African descendants were free. The following year, the day became known as "Juneteenth" and there were celebrations and political rallies across Texas.

Last year Austin City Council established Juneteenth as an annual City holiday on the 19th day of June of each year, beginning 2021, to memorialize the end of chattel slavery in the United States and to celebrate the Africans and African descendants who survived an inhumane economic system and thrived as American citizens.