Around 500,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses given at the Fair Park site
ByFunAsia 15 Aug 2021 09:13 AM 165
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There have now been more than 500,000 doses of the COVID-19 immunization directed at the vaccination site at Fair Park in Dallas.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the site had gotten the biggest in the territory of Texas.

The overseer of Dallas County Health and Human Services, Dr. Philip Huang, said he's seeing a vertical pattern of individuals getting immunized, with around 35,000 occupants having a chance last week.

In any case, that number is a long way from the 50,000 shot pinnacle the area has found before.

Jenkins said veils alone wouldn't beat the pandemic.

"Masks won't win the conflict against COVID. Vaccination will win the conflict against COVID," he said.

"We've been around here since January. We've experienced chilly climate, we've experienced downpour, we've experienced driving golf trucks taking individuals through the parking garage; presently, it's blistering. Yet, these individuals have been working vigorously to get his going," Dr. Huang said.

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The Dallas County Health and Human Services Department reports about 62% of Dallas County occupants beyond 12 years old get no less than one portion of the antibody.

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