Riverside, California 2021-03-10 19:25:00 –
Corpus Christi, Texas – Starting Monday, March 15, people over the age of 50 (no other qualifications required) will be eligible for vaccination. According to the Texas Department of Health, more than 93% of Texas COVID-19 deaths are over 50 years old, and 20% of deaths are between 50 and 64 years old. Texas is expected by including this next most vulnerable group. Continue to reduce hospitalization and mortality across all races, ethnicities and occupations.
The State Phase 1C Group announced today will significantly increase the number of Texas states covered by the coronavirus vaccine. Currently, the state is to front-line healthcare professionals and first responders, Texas people aged 65 and 16 and over with underlying health, and Phase 1A and 1B individuals, including schools and childcare workers. Vaccination is permitted.
As Texas progresses to Phase 1C in the coming weeks, the state will continue to work with vaccine providers and other regional partners to make vaccines accessible to people in Phases 1A, 1B, and 1C. Individual providers have the flexibility to further prioritize vaccination within these groups.
“This is important news because the city has the opportunity to vaccinate more inhabitants. We continue our elderly relief program with life-saving consequences,” said Mayor Paulette M. Guajard. I will give priority. “
Corpus Christi – Nueces County Public Health District will continue to provide vaccinations when vaccines are available.
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