Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-09-27 14:39:07 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — Several Tulsa leaders provided updates on COVID-19 in metropolitan areas on Monday. At a press conference, he said cases and hospitalizations for COVID-19 continued to decline slowly.
Healthcare professionals advise everyone to follow CDC guidance and other practices to slow the spread. They state that vaccination, social distance, masking, and proper hygiene continue to be the best way to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 in the Tulsa region.
People over the age of 12 can receive the COVID-19 vaccine free of charge regardless of their health insurance status. The three vaccines given throughout Tulsa County are Pfizer, Modana, Johnson & Johnson.
There are many places to get the vaccine. For more information and booking schedules, please visit: Vaccine918..
Leaders also confirmed that the Tulsa State Fair, which runs from September 30th to October 10th, will host an on-site vaccination clinic every day of the fair. No reservation required.
After FDA-approved booster doses for specific individuals, the Tulsa Department of Health began administering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster doses to qualified Tulsa.
Qualified individuals are eligible to receive booster shots 6 months after the completion of the vaccine series.
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