The clinic will be open from 7 am to 7 pm from January 14th (Thursday) to January 17th (Sunday).
During the four-day event, the Herman Memorial plans to vaccinate approximately 13,000 people 65 years of age or older based on the state’s vaccination allocation phase 1B guidelines. This clinic is only for people who have pre-registered to get the vaccine.
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“Due to the limited number of vaccines, people who do not have a dating confirmation or a photo ID matching the name and date of birth on the dating confirmation will not be vaccinated.”
Individuals invited to participate in this event include active established Memorial Hermann Medical Group patients 65 years of age or older, patients 65 years of age or older who have a fixed relationship with the hospital system, and ordinary community members over 65 years of age or older.
The statement said: “We are still committed to expanding vaccination capacity by increasing locations and appointments as soon as possible.” All patients and community members provide vaccination.”
Vaccination is only for people who meet the state guidelines, and appointments are not accepted.
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You can also check with your primary care provider and local pharmacy, or check with the Texas State Department of Health Services’ COVID-19 vaccine availability map.
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