CVC Updates: 5/17 to 5/21

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CVC Update

Summary of Recent CVC Joint Meeting

Thank you, CVC Partners, Members, volunteers and friends, for joining last Wednesday's CVC meeting on Building to Complete Vaccination in Arlington County. We received lots of great feedback--including several requests for a consolidated email such as this one--so thank you for candidly sharing your thoughts on how we can improve!


Wednesday's session featured updates on the vaccine and the status of distribution by Dr. Reuben Varghese as well as lessons learned to date from our CVC Co-Chairs. During the second half of the meeting, attendees were split up into groups and did a deeper dive into strategies forward to help reach our vaccination goals.


Did you miss Wednesday's meeting? Check out the PowerPoint Presentation and the Summary of Small Group Notes.

Help Us Build to Complete Vaccination in Arlington

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Volunteer at a Neighborhood Clinic

The CVC is working towards building complete vaccination in Arlington County and we need your help! Volunteer at the Neighborhood Vaccine Clinics to generate energy around the clinics by holding signs, encouraging walker-bys to get vaccinated, and guiding residents on how to get to the vaccine clinic.




Once you sign up for a shift, a CVC Staff Member will reach out to you with more information and instructions. Thanks for doing your part to help all of Arlington get vaccinated and beat COVID-19!

Walk In Clinics

Share This Week's Walk-In Vaccine Clinics

Arlington County’s Public Health Division is offering free vaccines at walk-in and neighborhood clinics for individuals 12 and up. The vaccine clinic schedule will rotate weekly—check out next week’s clinic schedule (May 24-29) on our vaccine site.


Help all of Arlington get vaccinated and share the vaccine clinic schedule with your family, friends, loved ones, and network! You can also share the multi-lingual May 24-29 vaccine clinic flyer as a PDF or an image.

Stay Well NoVa

Talk About & Address Vaccine Hesitancy 

We know that there are still community members--including friends, family, and loved ones--that are hesitant to get the vaccine. By taking time to listen to their concerns and answer their questions, together, we can help Arlingtonians become confident in their decision to be vaccinated.


There are many resources out there to can help you start these conversations, including the latest Stay Well NoVA video campaign and the CVC Toolkit. Need help accessing any of these resources or need it in another language? Email us at