Texas receives 158,825 COVID-19 vaccines this week

58,825 COVID-19 vaccines this week

AUSTIN, TEXAS: The health reports say many cities of Texas will receive thousands of doses of coronavirus vaccine.

Stephanie Hayden, Austin Public Health Director said, “It is critically important that everyone follow protective measures at this time.” “Wearing a mask, washing your hands, watching your distance, and avoiding gatherings have been lifesaving measures throughout this pandemic. We will not be able to vaccinate or enforce our way out of the surge already happening, so we need to take it upon ourselves to protect our community.”

Bexar County: Bell County Public Health District, 3,900

San Antonio Metro Health District, 9,000

University Health System, 10,725

Cameron County Cameron County Public Health, 6,000

Dallas County

Dallas County Health and Human Services, 6,000

Parkland Hospital, 6,825

UT Southwestern Medical Center 10,000

Brazos County St. Joseph College Station Hospital, 1,200

Denton County Denton County Public Health, 3,500

El Paso County

El Paso Fire Department, 5,000

University Medical Center of El Paso 5,000

Harris County

Harris County Public Health, 8,000

Houston Health Department, 8,000

Houston Methodist Hospital, 10,725

Hidalgo County

Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, 6,500

Hidalgo County Health and Human Services, 5,000

Lubbock County City of Lubbock Health Department, 5,000

Maverick County Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center, 1,200

McLennan County 

Waco-McLennan County Public Health District, 1,500

Ascension Providence Hospital, 1,500

Nueces County Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District, 4,000

Potter County Amarillo Public Health Department, 5,000

Smith County

Northeast Texas Public Health District, 1,500

UT Health Science Center Tyler, 1,500

Tarrant County Tarrant County Public Health, 9,000

Travis County Austin Public Health, 12,000

Webb County City of Laredo Health Department, 1,200

Written by Bryan Barnes

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