Greater Austin Comic Con's response
to COVID-19

The COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus) is something on the mind of many families, including the Greater Austin Comic Con family.  While our goal is to provide a unique and fun experience to the city of Cedar Park, we also want to take measures to keep our attendees and community safe.  We’re closely watching the situation, working with City Officials, the HEB Center and a local Health Center to ensure safety precautions are taken and our attendees have an amazing experience.  At this time, Greater Austin Comic Con is still set for this June 20th and 21st.  At this time, Cedar Park has no confirmed cases of COVID-19. We are going to continue to closely monitor this situation and work with local officials.

We appreciate your understanding that, as an attendee, your Greater Austin Comic Con experience may look different.  As we navigate through this dynamic situation, we may adapt the experience by asking that attendees not touch the celebrity / artist / vendor without their consent first, and request that you minimize touching others and respect others' personal space.


Precautions we're taking

With these additional safety measures, we believe that Greater Austin Comic Con Year 3 will deliver all of the fun and excitement you’ve come to expect.  Greater Austin Comic Con is a labor of love with over 125 staff and volunteers, year-round planning and 150+ local artists and vendors that help to bring this show together.  We understand the importance of a successful show to the city, hotels, vendors, artists and our partners.  We want to take all steps to provide an amazing experience for all involved.

Precautions you can take

The best thing you can do to prepare and protect yourself is to practice good hygiene and take the same health precautions you would to prevent the spread of the seasonal flu.

Staying Informed

Cedar Park Status Updates

Cedar Park's Statemend for COVID-19

For the latest information, visit the CDC Website. For questions regarding personal travel, please refer to the travel guidance issued by the U.S. State Department.

What You Should Know

Common questions

Steps to prevent illness

What to do when sick


Updates and Related Links

Cases in the U.S.

CDC in Action

Risk Assessment

All COVID-19 Travel Health Notices

COVID-19 Situation Summary

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