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COVID-19 Resources

UT Austin & Vaccine Information

The Protect Texas Together website is the central source for the latest information and resources for The University of Texas at Austin, including updates on COVID-19 vaccine distribution and testing.

COVID-19 Vaccines: Myth vs. Fact

Get the facts about the COVID-19 vaccines. In this video, Ana Avalos, M.D., assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics, debunks some common myths about the two coronavirus vaccines.

Austin Public Health

Austin Public Health is coordinating the city’s response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) outbreak. Its COVID-19 page reports on the efforts, including the number of cases in Austin, recent news and new protection measures.

Austin Public Health also developed a chart outlining risk-based guidelines for protecting yourself during the spread of COVID-19. The chart explains the precautions people should take depending on the level of risk in the community: Stage 1 is the lowest threat, and Stage 5 is the most serious. Visit the Austin Public Health website for more information.

How to Protect Yourself

Follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to protect yourself from the coronavirus. 

Additional Resources

Coronavirus Tips & Resource Videos

Dell Medical School faculty are providing tips, resources and advice for staying safe and coping with the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic. Browse the videos by topic or view all of the videos on Vimeo.

Toolkit for Coping With COVID-19

The Department of Health Social Work is committed to supporting people affected by COVID-19 and the response to it. As part of that work, the department has created a toolkit with resources to help community members, health care workers and beyond cope with the changes — both psychologically and concretely.

Virtual Town Hall for the Medical Community

Travis County Medical Society and Dell Medical School produce a virtual town hall series for Travis County health care workers and other community members in the medical field covering topics of interest on COVID-19.