Take Action for Back to School

Beginning August 7, we’re launching a Back to School Week of Action alongside the Department of Health and Human Services’ We Can Do This campaign to kick off the school year focused on school-based vaccination drives for students, their families, and their communities. Despite vaccination progress, we’re seeing disproportionately lower vaccination rates among young people 12 and older, and even lower vaccination rates among young people of color. ​​As the Delta variant drives increases in both hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 among the unvaccinated, now is the time for a national effort to get young people vaccinated. 

Take action today to increase COVID-19 vaccine access and have meaningful person-to-person conversations to get young people vaccinated.

If you’re an organization and would like to participate in this Back to School Week of Action, click here.

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Attend an event.

Join us and our partners to send texts, make calls, flyer, and or talk to your community about the importance of young people getting vaccinated. 

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Tell your story.

Share your story to encourage students, teachers, and parents to start on their COVID-19 vaccination journey. Take a moment to let us know why you got vaccinated and what you’re most excited about doing.

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Spread the word on social media.

Post on social to let people know Back to School means #VaxToSchool.

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Sign up to partner with us

Let us know if your local or community organization is interested in working with us to help increase vaccinations in your area.

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