Vaccine ACT Project

Are you finally going to get your Covid-19 vaccine shots and would feel a lot better to hear a local community health expert telling you the great benefits of all of us getting vaccinated? The eighth video (1min15sec) of the Brookline Vaccine ACT Project is here to help support you and answer some of your questions with information from local health experts, the participation of public safety officials and community members of Brookline.

The Brookline Vaccine ACT Project is a collaboration and partnership between the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations (ODICR) and the Brookline Interactive Group (BIG). In the Spring of 2021, the project went to the streets of Brookline to engage directly with residents, with the goal of helping to diminish some of the fears, anxieties, and doubts about the COVID-19 vaccines. It aims to directly address residents’ concerns by providing advice from local community health experts. We are also giving community members the space to participate in the project by providing their own testimonials.

For more information on COVID-19 and its vaccines, please go to for Massachusetts, or for Brookline. You can also send us your questions at and call the Brookline Vaccine Call Center at (617) 879-5636.

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