Dallas City and Dallas County will open a large vaccination site in Fair Park on Monday, where the county health department hopes to vaccinate 2,000 people a day.
Dallas said: “Next week, we will vaccinate thousands of the most vulnerable residents at Fair Park. The number on the list will exceed 100,000, and this number is increasing every day. The state will provide us with enough vaccine In order to vaccinate six to seven thousand people this week.” County Judge Clay Jenkins said in a statement. “Obviously we will not attract everyone, so I thank you for your patience and tolerance in our mass vaccination work for North Texas.”
Only make appointments for vaccination between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday to Saturday, until vaccines are available.
Residents of Dallas and non-Dallas counties who qualify for stage 1
Rocky Vaz, director of the Office of Emergency Affairs, said in a written statement: “There are 100,000 registered residents, and there are more people who need to be vaccinated. This partnership with the county is essential for the restoration of certain A sense of normalcy is essential.”
Dallas residents can call dallascityhall.com/covid19 or call 214-670-4636 for more information about COVID-19.