AARP Coronavirus Tele-Town Halls
Experts answer your questions related to COVID-19
Vaccines and Staying Safe During "Reopening"
Thursday, June 17th at 1 p.m. ET
Call toll-free 855-274-9507 to ask a question or listen to the live event there.
With mask mandates and restrictions in many states lifted, much of the country is resuming to pre-COVID norms, including recreational, social, and family activities. And while more than 75% of the 65+ are fully vaccinated, many have questions around vaccine efficacy, reopening ‘norms,’ and how to stay safe and protected during this transition. This event will address reopening concerns, vaccination progress and staying safe while resuming social activities.
Meet the experts:
- Kathleen Neuzil, M.D.
Director, Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health
University of Maryland School of Medicine
- Kate Haw
Collections and Exhibitions Director
National Gallery of Art
- Nancy LeaMond
Executive Vice President, Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer
For the latest coronavirus news and advice, go to AARP.org/coronavirus.
Replay previous AARP Coronavirus Tele-Town Hall
2021 Tele-Town Halls
- June 3 - Coronavirus: Your Health, Finances and Housing
- May 20 - Coronavirus Vaccines: Transitioning Social and Family Norms / Coronavirus Vaccines: Reality vs. Rumor
- May 6 - Coronavirus: Vaccines, Variants and Coping
- April 22 - Coronavirus: Your Vaccine Questions Answered / Coronavirus: Vaccines and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
- April 8 - Coronavirus and Latinos: Safety, Protection and Prevention / Vaccines and Caring for Grandkids and Loved Ones
- April 1 - Coronavirus and The Black Community: your Vaccine Questions Answered
- March 25 - Coronavirus: The Stimulus, Taxes and Vaccine
- March 11 - One Year of the Pandemic / Managing Personal Finances and Taxes
- February 25 - Coronavirus Vaccines and You
- February 11 - Coronavirus Vaccines: Your Questions Answered
- January 28 - Coronavirus: Vaccine Distribution and Protecting Yourself / A Virtual World Awaits: Finding Fun, Community and Connections
- January 14 - Coronavirus: Vaccines, Staying Safe & Coping / Prevention, Vaccines & the Black Community
- January 7 - Coronavirus: Vaccines, Stimulus & Staying Safe
2020 Tele-Town Halls
- December 3 - Coronavirus: Staying Safe & Coping This Winter
- November 12 - Coronavirus: Coping & Maintaining Your Well-Being
- October 1 - Coronavirus: Vaccines & Coping During the Pandemic
- September 17 - Coronavirus: Prevention, Treatments, Vaccines & Avoiding Scams
- September 3 - Coronavirus: Your Finances, Health & Family (6 months in)
- August 20 - Your Health and Staying Protected
- August 6 - Coronavirus: Answering Your Most Frequent Questions
- July 23 - Coronavirus: Navigating the New Normal
- July 16 - Coronavirus: The Health and Financial Security of Latinos
- July 9 - Coronavirus: Your Most Frequently Asked Questions
- June 18 and 20 - Strengthening Relationships Over Time / LGBTQ Non-Discrimination Protections
- June 11 - Coronavirus: Personal Resilience in the New Normal
AARP was founded in 1958 and has over 38 million members. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for people over the age of 50. AARP is well-known for its advocacy efforts, providing its members with important information, products and services that enhance quality of life as they age. They also promote community service and keep members and the public informed on issues relating to the over 50 age group.
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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, June 15, 2021