Area pharmacies, hospitals receiving more COVID-19 vaccines during week 4 rollout

Area pharmacies, hospitals receiving more COVID-19 vaccines during week 4 rollout
Pharmacies and hospitals in Texoma will be receiving more COVID-19 vaccine doses for week four of the state’s distribution plan. (Source: WVIR)

TEXOMA, Texas (TNN) - Pharmacies and hospitals in Texoma will be receiving more COVID-19 vaccine doses for week four of the state’s distribution plan.

The vaccine is still being distributed through phases 1A and 1B. Phase 1A consists of hospital, long-term care, EMS 911, home health, outpatient, ER/Urgent Care, pharmacies, last responders, school nurses and long-term care residents.

Phase 1B consists on people 65+ or people 16+ with at least one chronic medical condition, including pregnancy.

If you would like more information on Phase 1A and 1B requirements, click here.

You can find the numbers for week four of vaccine distribution for Texoma in the table below:

PROVIDER COUNTY CITY DOSES
DSHS Archer City Archer Archer City 100
Seymour Hospital Baylor Seymour 200
Fox Rural Health Clinic Childress Childress 200
United Pharmacy 518 Childress Childress 100
Clay County Memorial Hospital Clay Henrietta 100
Hardeman County Clinic Hardeman Quanah 100
United Pharmacy 514 Hardeman Quanah 200
The Drug Store Haskell Haskell 100
City Drug Store of Jacksboro, Inc. Jack Jacksboro 100
Knox County Hospital Knox Knox City 100
United Pharmacy 515 Wichita Burkburnett 100
Texas Department of Criminal Justice Allred Wichita Iowa Park 100
Harvest Drug And Gift Wichita Wichita Falls 300
Myrna C De Asis Md Wichita Wichita Falls 100
North Central Texas Comunity Healthcare Center Wichita Wichita Falls 100
Texoma Cancer Center Wichita Wichita Falls 100
United Pharmacy 516 Wichita Wichita Falls 100
United Pharmacy 521 Wichita Wichita Falls 100
DSHS Vernon Wilbarger Vernon 100
Family Pharmacy Wilbarger Vernon 100
United Pharmacy 513 Wilbarger Vernon 100
Graham Heath Care, Pllc Young Graham 100
United Pharmacy 520 Young Graham 100

If you would like more information on COVID-19 vaccine distribution, click here.

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