The clinic will be open from Thursday January 14 to Sunday January 17 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Over the course of four days, Memorial Hermann plans to vaccinate approximately 13,000 people aged 65 and over, in accordance with State Phase 1B vaccination distribution guidelines.The clinic serves only those who are pre-registered for vaccination.
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“Due to the limited availability of vaccines, individuals without a voucher or photo ID that match the name and date of birth on the voucher will not be vaccinated,”; reads. Statement published on the Memorial Hermann website..
Persons invited to participate in this event include active and established Memorial Hermann Medical Group patients 65 years or older, those who have a solid relationship with the hospital system and are 65 or older. And members of the general community aged 65 or older
“We remain committed to expanding our vaccination capabilities by adding more locations and appointments as quickly as possible,” reads the statement. “We also look forward to holding events like this in the near future as we continue to provide vaccinations to all qualified people and ultimately for all patients and members of the community.”
Vaccinations must be appointed only for those who meet state guidelines and will not be able to stay.
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You can also check with your primary care provider and local pharmacy or the Texas Department of Health Service’s COVID-19 Vaccine Ready Map.
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