What you should know about the vaccination plan against COVID-19 – Telemundo Houston

HOUSTON – The Houston community interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine and falling within the two groups established in phases 1A and 1B will have to make an appointment.

Currently, state regulations establish that people over 65 years of age or those over 16 years of age who have a chronic medical condition that puts them at greater risk of dying will be able to access the vaccine.

This applies to the Pfizer vaccine.

In the case of the one created by Modern, the inoculation will be done to those over 18 years of age with a critical medical condition.

Here you will find all the information related to the vaccine Modern.

The medical conditions considered critical to access the vaccine are: cancer, chronic kidney disease, chronic lung diseases, obesity, pregnancy, immunodeficiency problems and type 2 diabetes.

Those who want to access the vaccine in the city of Houston should make the appointment online by clicking here.

A phone number is also available where you can call to make an appointment.

It is 832-393-4220 and they are open between 7:30 am and 4 pm

The call center will provide interested parties with the place and time where they should go to get the vaccine.

If you want to know in detail about the vaccination plan, safety and efficacy you can click here.

Fort Bend County opened an online pre-registration system for people interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. If you want to apply the vaccine you must register here.

For its part, Montgomery County will enable an online system in the coming days where the community can register to request the application of the vaccine.

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At Galveston County, it has been arranged this website with information related to COVID-19, including vaccination.

The authorities of the Chambers County They set up a telephone line where information on the vaccination process will be offered when available, whose number can be consulted here.

In all cases, people must answer certain questions about their medical condition, which will be corroborated on the day of the appointment.

If you want to know where vaccines are being applied in different cities in Texas, you can click here.


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