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President Joe Biden has announced the National Month of Action to mobilize an all-of-America sprint to get 70% of U.S. adults at least one shot by July 4th, so that more people can get the protection they need to be safe from a pandemic that has taken the lives of nearly 600,000 Americans.
Throughout the month, national organizations, local government leaders, community-based and faith-based partners, businesses, employers, social media influencers, celebrities, athletes, colleges, young people, and thousands of volunteers across the nation will work together to get their communities vaccinated.
What is the National Month of Action
Organizations and businesses from across the country have stepped up and responded to the President’s call to action. Already, 63% of adult Americans have gotten vaccinated, including 73% of Americans age 40 and over, and COVID-19 cases and deaths have plummeted as a result – cases are down over 90% and deaths are down over 85% since January 20th.
The National Month of Action will include the following initiatives:
Making it easier to get vaccinated and advancing equity
How Can You Help
Host In-Person or Virtual Events: The Month of Action will feature community
vaccination and volunteer events across the country. Join the We Can Do This Campaign in
hosting an event to engage your community. Sign up here.
Promote ways to get vaccinated: Share the vaccine websites and text messaging tool on your
social media to help your followers access available vaccines near them:
Join the COVID-19 Community Corps: You’re invited to support the effort by joining the
over 12,000 COVID-19 Community Corps members. As a member, you’ll receive the latest
resources and invites to events through the Month of Action to help build vaccine
confidence in your community. Join today.
We are here to be a resource to increase confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines. For more
information on getting involved in the Month of Action, visit wecandothis.hhs.gov/.