Lawmakers working to bring extra traffic assistance to University Mall COVID-19 Vaccination Site Lawmakers working to bring extra traffic assistance to University Mall COVID-19 Vaccination Site TAMPA, Fla. — Local and state lawmakers are working to offer some relief to surrounding businesses along Fowler Avenue that are feeling the impact of traffic backups at the University Mall vaccine site. This comes as ABC Action News has received multiple complaints about traffic backups. We also talked with many of you out waiting to be vaccinated and saw some of the issues firsthand. "They called us yesterday and told us to be here at 10:30 and 10:15, no later, no sooner, and we got into this and we’ve been here about five hours," said Dave Wilson, who was waiting to be vaccinated at the site on Thursday. These hours-long traffic back-ups at the vaccination site, which is supported by the state, have led to traffic spilling out onto the very busy Fowler Avenue. “I would have stayed home had I known we’d go through this mess," one woman waiting in line told us. Tampa City Councilman Luis Viera says he's seen firsthand how hard it is for customers to get in and out of the surrounding businesses due to the traffic problems around the site. "These businesses have taken hit after hit after hit," Viera said. Now, Viera, along with Representative Fentrice Driskoll and Hillsborough County Commissioner Gwen Myers are working together to get additional traffic assistance in that area. We just want to make sure that the surrounding businesses, that have already taken so many hits over the last year due to COVID-19, are not overly adversely affected, due to this vaccination site being there," Viera said. State and local leaders say they are still working with different departments to see what that help may be available. In the meantime, there were hardly any lines at the vaccination site on Monday, which may be because it was President's Day. Remember, you need to have an appointment to be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at the University Mall site. If you got your first dose at the mall, the state will contact you to make an appointment to get your second dose. Expect a call before the date on your card. If you don't receive a call, here are your options.


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Dastagir , USA TODAY Published 2:22 p.m. ET Feb. 19, 2021 | Updated 2:29 p.m. ET Feb. 19, 2021 Reports of domestic violence are surging worldwide as couples and families are stuck at home together for long periods because governments are ordering residents to shelter-in-place to stop the spread of coronavirus, according to advocates for abused AP Domestic FKA Twigs refused to answer it, the dangerous question we can't seem to stop asking survivors of domestic violence: "Why didn't you leave?"  When Gayle King posed the question during a CBS interview with Twigs on Thursday, her first television interview since filing a lawsuit against ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf alleging severe abuse, it seemed she knew it was wrong, though it ultimately did not stop her: "I often wonder if it's even appropriate to ask," King said. Domestic violence experts say not only is the question inappropriate, it harms survivors by shifting attention away from their abusers. Experts say many survivors don't leave when the abuse begins, and people are often quick to judge them which is a factor in why many survivors stay silent.  "When we ask, 'why didn't you leave?' we're making the victim responsible for the harm that's been done to them," said Ruth Glenn, president of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  In the interview, Twigs (born Tahliah Debrett Barnett) attempts to shift focus back to LaBeouf. FKA Twigs: Details physical, emotional abuse allegations against Shia LaBeouf "I think we have to stop asking that question," she told King. "The question should really be to the abuser: 'Why are you holding someone hostage with abuse?' People say it can't have been that bad, because else you would've left. But it's like, no, it's because it was that bad, I couldn't leave." "My second worst nightmare is being forced to share with the world that i am a survivor of domestic violence," FKA twigs wrote on Instagram in December. "My first worst nightmare is not telling anyone and knowing that i could have helped even just one person by sharing my story."  (Photo: Valerie Macon, AFP via Getty Images) Domestic violence is a pervasive social problem that cuts across race, age, income, sexual orientation, religion and gender — in terms of both victims and perpetrators. One in 3 women has experienced intimate partner violence, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mental health issues often emerge after repeated, escalating, abuses. Victims of emotional abuse are at higher risk for developing mental health disorders, including depression and PTSD.  "This question so often comes from a place of concern, as FKA twigs pointed out in the interview with Gayle King, but it so often makes survivors feel like it is their responsibility to make the abuse stop," said Deborah Vagins, president of the National Network to End Domestic Violence.  "Abuse is an intentional pattern of controlling behavior, and the only person who can make the abuse stop is the person responsible for choosing to abuse in the first place." Experts say the question keeps coming up because culturally we do not understand domestic violence. We ask because we are curious, and because most perpetrators don't pop over here admit to abuse, we can't ask them why they harmed.  "Abusers don't come forward and say, 'I abused my partner.' We don't have the opportunities to question them," Glenn said. "The only person we have to question is the person who has been harmed, and so often we end up ... blaming the victim. We can't help ourselves and that's really unfortunate."  Experts said King could have asked the question differently. Instead of saying "why didn't you leave," something more productive could have been, "Can you explain to our audience the tactics perpetrators use that make it is so difficult to get out of an abusive relationship?" Reps for King and CBS did not immediately return USA TODAY's request for comment.  The reasons women choose to stay with an abusive partner are complex, domestic violence advocates say, such as fearing for their lives or believing the abuser will "go back" to the way things were.