North Texas hospitals to get 52,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine
ByFunAsia 05 Dec 2020 07:26 AM 236
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Texas state unveiled more plans to get vaccines to North Texas hospitals in a couple of weeks.


The first doses of the Pfizer vaccine will get sent to hospital workers starting the week of Dec. 14. just under a quarter-million doses will be made available.


More than 50,000 doses will go to hospitals in North Texas. The majority of them will go to Dallas and Tarrant County hospitals.


Though the vaccines still need authorization, a layout is ready to distribute them to North Texas hospitals starting the week after next.


The Texas Dept. of State Health Services unveiled more than 52,000 will go to North Texas hospitals.


Dallas County hospitals will get more than 27,000.


Tarrant County will get more than 18,000.


Collin County will get about 3,900.


Hunt, Kaufman, and Wise counties will get the minimum shipment of 975. Denton County Hospital is not on the list for now.


All of those doses will be the Pfizer vaccine. People who get the vaccine will need to get two shots three weeks apart.


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