New COVID-19 Boosters Available at Pop-Up Events in North Texas

9/17/2022 7:00:00 AM

New COVID-19 Boosters Available at Pop-Up Events in North Texas |

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New COVID-19 Boosters Available at Pop-Up Event s in North Texas |

Pop-up events for COVID-19 vaccines are being planned in Dallas and Fort Worth through a fall campaign by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

According to Loveday, the latest COVID-19 trends in Texas are showing progress. As of this week, he said the state's positivity rate ranges between 15% and 16%, which is half of the rate from about a month ago."These viruses mutate. We really don't know what it's going to do. This is the time to, you know…let's pour on the gas. Let's go for it," he said.

Loveday added, that the pop-up events are coming at a crucial time as students return to school.Dr. Kenton Murthy, assistant medical director and deputy local health authority for Tarrant County, recommends the vaccine for all eligible Texans, including children," he said."Children can get the COVID-19 vaccine with other childhood immunizations. If your child is behind on any recommended vaccines, now is a good time to catch up."

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As of this week, he said the state's positivity rate ranges between 15% and 16%, which is half of the rate from about a month ago. "These viruses mutate. We really don't know what it's going to do. There are no public masking recommendations under this level. This is the time to, you know…let's pour on the gas. Let's go for it," he said. Dallas County Sheriff Marian Brown released a statement saying she was pleased with the dismissal.

Loveday added, that the pop-up events are coming at a crucial time as students return to school. Trending. Dr. Kenton Murthy, assistant medical director and deputy local health authority for Tarrant County, recommends the vaccine for all eligible Texans, including children," he said."Children can get the COVID-19 vaccine with other childhood immunizations. If your child is behind on any recommended vaccines, now is a good time to catch up. “It’s basically a technicality based on the fact that it has dragged out so long,” she told The Dallas Morning News.

" At the pop-up events, attendees can walk into the Walmart pharmacy and receive free COVID-19 vaccines and boosters with no appointment, insurance or ID needed. This article tagged under: .