AUSTIN, Texas (Nexstar) – More doses of the Coronavirus are being shipped to the Permian Basin this week.
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, more than 7,000 doses of the vaccine will be shipped to Midland County this week, distributed among several healthcare providers.
- Midland Memorial Hospital – 5,850 (Pfizer)
- DSHS Midland – 1,100 (J&J)
- HEB Pharmacy 382 – 200 (J&J)
- HEB Pharmacy 717 – 200 (J&J)
- Midland County Healthcare Services – 100 (Moderna)
Meanwhile, in Odessa, Medical Center Hospital will receive 2,340 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. Odessa Regional Medical Center is not among the list of facilities receiving vaccines this week.
The state of Texas hit a milestone Friday — 10 million COVID-19 vaccines administered in the state.
More than 30% of eligible Texans right now have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine, according to Gov. Greg Abbott’s office. That number could continue to climb this week as the Texas Department of State Health Services will expand access to anyone above the age of 16.
Here is a list of facilities that will also be receiving vaccine this week:
- Pecos Valley Rural Health Clinic – 800 (Moderna), 300 (J&J)
- Crane County Rural Health Clinic – 100 (Moderna)
- HEB Pharmacy 51 (Howard) – 100 (J&J)
- Steve Ahmed MH (Howard) – 200 (Moderna), 100 (J&J)
- WellPath (Howard) – 300 (J&J)
- Jeff Davis County Ambulance – 200 (Moderna)
- Martin County Hospital District – 200 (Moderna)
- Cactus Health (Pecos County) – 100 (Moderna)
- Texas Department of Criminal Justice (Fort Stockton) – 100 (J&J)
- TDCJ (Lynbaugh) – 300 (J&J)
- Reagan Memorial Hospital – 100 (Moderna)
- Ward Memorial Hospital – 100 (Moderna)