NET Health: Available drive-thru vaccine clinic appointments at capacity
TYLER – All available appointments for the drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinics scheduled at Harvey Hall on Friday and Saturday are filled, according to Northeast Texas Public Health Department officials.
Individuals who successfully made an appointment will be able to receive their first dose of the Moderna vaccine, stated a release from the NET Health Immunizations Department.
"Anyone who does not have an appointment for today or tomorrow should NOT come to Harvey Hall this weekend and are asked to enroll into our waiting list to be contacted when the next drive-thru vaccine clinics become scheduled by the NET Health Immunizations Department," it stated, adding that individuals who enroll into its waiting list will be the first contacted when the next drive-thru vaccine clinics become scheduled.
"Anyone who received their first Moderna vaccine from any of the drive-thru vaccine clinics at Harvey Hall last week or this week will be contacted later this month in order to schedule their second appointment to complete their COVID-19 vaccination series," said George Roberts, Chief Executive Officer of NET Health.
NET Health, which is based in Tyler, serves citizens of Smith County and Northeast Texas by helping to prevent illness, promote health, and protect the community. While Cherokee County is not part of the NET Health system, its proximity – especially during the pandemic – provides local residents an opportunity for additional services.
Meanwhile, individuals can enroll electronically at www.NETHealthCOVID19.org/RegisterForYourFirstModernaVaccine
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