The clinic will be open Thursday 14 January to Sunday 17 January from 7 to kl
During this four-day event, Memorial Hermann plans to vaccinate approx. 13,000 people aged 65 and over, which is based on the state’s vaccination distribution phase 1B guidelines. The clinic is only available to those who are pre-registered to receive the vaccine.
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“Due to the limited number of vaccines, individuals who do not have a date or photo ID that matches the name and date of birth on the appointment confirmation will not be vaccinated,”
Individuals who have been invited to attend this event include active, established Memorial Hermann Medical Group patients who are 65 years of age or older, those who have an established relationship with the hospital system and are 65 years of age or older, and members of society that is 65 years or older.
“We remain committed to expanding our vaccination capacity by adding more locations and more appointments as soon as possible,” the statement read. “We also hope to host more events like this in the near future as we continue to make vaccination available to all those eligible and eventually to all patients and members of the community.”
Vaccination is by appointment only for those who qualify under state guidelines and walk-ins will not be accommodated.
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You can also contact your primary care provider and your local pharmacy or the Texas Department of State Health Services’ COVID-19 vaccine card for availability.
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