TEXAS – Texas health officials announced on Saturday that more than 333,000 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are expected to arrive in state immunization centers next week.
The 333,650 vaccines will be received at 79 vaccination centers and 260 vaccine suppliers across the state.
One of these centers is Bexar County; However, it is currently unclear how many doses are arriving in the area, according to the site Department of Health Web.
The vaccine supply is still very limited; however, more doses are expected to arrive in the coming weeks, according to health officials.
If you’re in San Antonio and want to make an appointment for a vaccine, you can find out more here.
Vaccination centers are meant to “get the vaccine to more people” and are “an easier way to book an appointment,” according to state health officials.
Those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccines include healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities, known as Phase 1A, and …
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