The health district will also offer 500 vaccines daily through online pre-registration on January 11th.
NUECES COUNTY, Texas – Nueces County District Public Health announced today that it will receive a new round of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Monday, January 11th.
4,000 doses will be delivered to our area on January 11 and will be distributed to another driving clinic at the Richard M. Borchard Regional Fair in Robstown at 12 noon.
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- Location: 1213 Boulevard Terry Shamsie, Robstown, Texas.
The health district said it would vaccinate people eligible for phase 1A and phase 1B, regardless of where they live in the county. On-site registration will take place in the first place pending the availability of a vaccine. You do not need to register in advance for driving.
Online pre-registration for vaccines in the Health Region
The health district announced that it will also offer 500 vaccines per day through online pre-registration of eligible Phase 1A and Phase 1B individuals.
- Location: 1702 Horne Rd, Corpus Christi, Texas 78416
Pre-registration opens on Monday, January 11th. Click here on Monday and follow the link below the latest updates.
During the pre-registration online, you must receive a quick response code (QR). Once the online pre-registration limit is reached, you will not be able to register until additional vaccines are available. You can still go to the vaccination device, but the distribution of vaccines will come first.
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Phase 1A Eligible persons include:
Definition of health professionals first level 1
- Hospital staff work directly with patients who are positive or at high risk for COVID-19. Includes:
- Doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other support staff (caregivers, etc.)
- Additional clinical staff providing laboratory, pharmacy, diagnostic and / or rehabilitation support services
- Long-term care staff working directly with vulnerable residents.
- Direct providers of care in old people’s homes, assisted housing and state housing centers
- Doctors, nurses, personal care assistants, imprisonment, food service staff
- EMS providers engaged in 9-1-1 emergency services such as pre-hospital care and transport
- Home health workers, including hospice carers, who have a direct connection with vulnerable and high-risk patients
- Residents of long-term care facilities
Second level: Staff in outpatient clinics who interact with symptomatic patients.
- Doctors, nurses and other support staff (caregivers, etc.)
- Clinical staff providing diagnostic, laboratory and / rehabilitation services
- No 9-1-1 transport for routine care
- Direct staff in separate emergency medical centers and emergency clinics
- Community pharmacy staff who may provide direct customer service, including vaccination or testing for persons who may have COVID
- Public health and emergency response staff directly involved in the administration of COVID tests and vaccinations
- Last responders who provide burial or death services to heirs with COVID-19. Includes:
- Balsamists and funeral workers who have direct contact with heirs
- Medical experts and other medical witnesses who have direct contact with heirs
- School nurses who provide health care to students and teachers
Phases 1B Eligible persons include:
- People aged 65 and over
- People 16 years of age and older with at least one chronic medical condition that exposes them to an increased risk of severe disease from the virus causing COVID-19, such as, but not limited to:
- Chronic kidney disease
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
- Heart disease, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies
- Solid organ transplantation
- Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index 30 kg / m2 or higher)
- Sickle cell disease
- Type 2 diabetes mellitus
For the latest coronavirus updates in Coastal Bend, click here.
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