Collin County will be vaccinated with 6,975 COVID-19 modelna vaccines next week. Judge Chris Hill said the Texas Department of Health is providing information about the counties for doses received Wednesday morning.
In a statement, Hill said cities and school districts in the county are now ready to provide 2,000 vaccines per day.
By working with partners in the private sector, Hill said Collin County Healthcare Services will be able to more than triple the dose from January 25, up to 6,000 doses per day at each location.
Local partners in the department have already provided multiple locations where people can get the vaccine.
According to Hill, Collin County Healthcare Services requires immediate 10,000 doses, 14,000 doses a week on January 18, and 42,000 doses a week after January 25.
According to Hill, next week’s 6,975 vaccinations will go to the next location in Collin County.
According to Hill, CCHCS staff will be in immediate contact with individuals on the vaccine waiting list to schedule appointments for next week. The Collin County-sponsored Vaccine Wait List is open to all qualified Texas people as defined by DSHS Phase 1A and Phase 1B.
Judge Chris Hill says Collin County will receive about 7,000 COVID-19 vaccinations
Source link Judge Chris Hill says Collin County will receive about 7,000 COVID-19 vaccinations