Austin Public Health (APH) and Travis County are partnering with local community organizations to provide FREE COVID-19 vaccination clinics around the county for events from October 15-18.
Clinics are open to all eligible individuals without registration or appointment and require neither identification nor insurance. All vaccinations are free. Locations offering Moderna and Pfizer are providing first and second doses, as well as third doses for qualifying immunocompromised individuals. Booster shots are available only to people who were fully vaccinated with the Pfizer-Biotech vaccine at least six months ago. If you are receiving your second dose or booster shot, please bring your Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to be updated.
Individuals attending these events should be weather- and traffic-aware. Remember to wear appropriate clothing, including garments that allow you to easily expose your arm.
H-E-B gift cards are no longer available.
Friday, October 15
Delco Activity Center Consulado General de México en Austin Southeast Library (APH) Little Walnut Creek Library (APH) La Mexicana Meat Market (Travis County) Poco Loco Supermercado (Travis County) Poco Loco Supermercado (Travis County) Tienda Mexicana Market (Travis County) Manor Night Out at Timmerman Park (APH) Deutschen Pfest Day 1 (APH)
Saturday, October 16 Dailey Middle School (Travis County) Del Valle High School Opportunity Center (Travis County) La Moreliana Meat Market (Travis County) Travis County Exposition Center (Travis County) Southeast Library (APH) Little Walnut Creek Library (APH) Abundant Life Church (APH) Creedmoor Community Center Parade (Travis County) Deutschen Pfest Day 2 (APH) Community Health Worker Career Fair (APH) Woodview Mobile Homes (APH) Sunday, Oct. 17
Travis County Exposition Center (Travis County) Deutschen Pfest Day 3 (APH) Del Valle High School Movie Night (Travis County)
Monday, October 18 Sunrise Community Church (APH) Acclaim at South Congress (Travis County) Canvas Apartments (Travis County)
For more information on COVID-19 and vaccinations, visit www.AustinTexas.gov/COVID19 or call 3-1-1 (512-974-2000).