San Antonio – HEB has opened a registration portal on its website for people who want to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but there is no space because the pharmacy is still waiting for more vaccine doses.
After HEB receives more vaccine allocations, it can register.
Currently, HEB no longer uses the COVID-19 vaccine, but grocery stores in Texas have applied to receive more.
“Once we are vaccinated, customers can make arrangements on this site. We currently have no new vaccine allocations,”
All vaccine distributions previously allocated to HEB were managed in phase 1A to qualified customers, including health care workers, nursing home staff, and residents of long-term care facilities, as well as customers in phase 1B, including 65 years old and The above population and according to the website, are over 18 years old and have at least one chronic disease.
HEB has not yet accepted the appointment of qualified customers in Phase 1C including important frontline workers and Phase II including the public.
HEB officials said that once HEB receives more distribution of COVID-19 vaccine, pharmacies will still not accept walk-in inspections because the vaccine has a short shelf life and needs to be used within hours of opening a new medicine bottle. Each Covid-19 vaccine vial has 10 doses.
All vaccines previously assigned to HEB have been vaccinated. Campos told KSAT in early January, “Once supplies become more accessible, we are ready to help the wider community get vaccinated.”
HEB has requested more COVID-19 vaccines from the state of Texas, and COVID-19 vaccines from grocery retailers will also be free.
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