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Austin Public Health and local CVS and Walgreens locations will begin distributing all of the approved COVID booster shots as soon as Friday.

Austin Public Health and other clinics around Austin are now providing booster shots for all three vaccines, including Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, to fully vaccinated individuals after both Pfizer and J & J were approved by the CDC on Wednesday.

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Chupie the Lykoi cat is now recognized around Austin after going viral on TikTok. (Claire Partain/Austonia)

Chupie the Lykoi cat isn't as feral as he may look—unless, of course, it comes to getting his paws on some precious baguettes.

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Southwest Airlines saw dozens of cancellations in Austin and thousands nationwide amid one of the busiest travel weekends. (ABIA)

ACL goers and performers alike may have found their weekend trip extended on Sunday as they arrived at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to find that dozens of Southwest Airline flights had been canceled due to "disruptive weather."

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A few COVID risk-based guidelines have been relaxed in Austin as the city downgrades its safety recommendations for certain individuals. (St. David's South Austin Medical Center/Facebook)

Austin Public Health announced Tuesday that Travis County would shift down to Stage 4 COVID risk-based guidelines as cases and hospitalizations slow from the peak of the summer surge.

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