The Texas Department of State (DSHS) Department of Health Services has received a federal grant of $ 106,083,659.50 to strengthen COVID-19 immunization capacity in the state, according to a press release from the United States Senator John Cornyn. Funding comes from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
“As we seek to get past this deadly pandemic, it is essential that we make vaccine distribution a priority to ensure we keep Texans safe and healthy,” said Cornyn.
The money is part of a bipartisan bill passed in December to allocate an additional $ 28.5 billion for continued U.S. vaccination efforts.
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