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Brookline Department Of Public Health Asks Residents To Take CoViD-19 Vaccine Literacy Survey

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Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett would like to invite Brookline residents who are 18 years or older to take an important survey to assess vaccine literacy.

The goal of the survey is to provide town public health officials with insight into the levels of vaccine literacy among residents, including general knowledge, beliefs and attitudes towards CoViD-19 vaccines.

The data collected will help Brookline’s Department of Public Health to develop future CoViD-19 public health outreach programs designed to support the town’s continued recovery from the CoViD-19 pandemic.

Residents interested in taking the survey can visit here. The survey is anonymous and all information will be kept confidential. The survey is open and will remain live until Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at midnight. It will take approximately five to 10 minutes to complete.

CoViD-19 vaccines are free and available to anyone above the age of 12. Residents who wish to get vaccinated can register here.

For questions about the survey, please contact Darlene Johnson at djohnson@brooklinema.gov or 617-730-2301.