COVID vaccine could arrive in Eagle Pass for Christmas, EOC says


Eagle Pass, TX - If the COVID vaccine or also known as the modern vaccine, is authorized, Maverick County would be receiving it no later than 74 hours and except for any additional information that the local authority obtains, those who qualify under the first of 3 phases, would be scheduled to receive vaccination approximately on December 24th.

In a conference on Thursday, Emergency Operations Center representatives declared that if the United States FDA approves the possible distribution of the antidote, first, all health care workers, residents of nursing homes and of course, first responders such as paramedics, law enforcement officers, firefighters and those in the second phase, who are considered high-risk officials because they are at a higher risk of being infected, as a result of their employment.


The community in general is part of the third phase, said members of the local EOC. If this is the case, the local clinics, hospital and other medical facilities will have to coordinate with the Emergency Operations Center to control everything related to the vaccine, but will still have to wait for the last final and precise indications.





La vacuna contra el COVID podría llegar a Eagle Pass en Navidad, dice EOC


Eagle Pass, TX - If the COVID vaccine or also known as the modern vaccine, is authorized, Maverick County would be receiving it no later than 74 hours and except for the additional information that the local authority obtains, those who qualify under the first of the 3 phases, would be being scheduled to receive vaccination approximately on December 24th.

In a conference on Thursday, Emergency Operations Center representatives declared that if the FDA of the United States approves the possible distribution of the antidote to, first, all health care workers, residents of nursing homes and of course, the first responders such as paramedics, law enforcement officers, firefighters and those in the second phase, who are considered high-risk officials because they are at risk of being infected, as a result of their employment.


The community in general is part of the third phase, said members of the local EOC. If this is the case, the local clinics, hospital and other medical facilities will have to coordinate with the Emergency Operations Center to control everything related to the vaccine, but will still have to wait for the last final and precise indications.