AUSTIN (KXAN) — Texas is set to receive 1.9 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines next week, the Texas Department of State Health Services announced Friday.
DSHS is designating 796,360 of those as first doses to be distributed across 468 providers in 116 counties. The department also ordered 605,390 second doses.
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Another 500,000 first and second doses are going to pharmacy locations, federally-qualified health centers and dialysis centers, according to DSHS. This supply is allocated directly by the federal government.
This week, Texas received fewer doses due to a reduction of 350,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. States are expected to get less supply of the J&J vaccine until a plant in Baltimore is able to help out with production, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
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DSHS reported the state has now given out more than 13.6 million doses. More than 8.8 million people have gotten at least one dose, and another 5.25 million are fully vaccinated.
You can still register with the Texas Public Health Vaccine Scheduler online. The form will match you with an available vaccine appointment through a participating health organization in your county.
Central Texas providers getting doses next week
ProviderModernaPfizerJ&JTotalAustin Public Health12,000––12,000Austin Radiological Association 200––200UT Health Austin (Dell Medical School)–8,190–8,190Austin Regional Clinic800––800Crossover Health Medical Group1,000–1001,100Lone Star Circle Of Care400––400Wellmed500–100600E. David Pampe, M.D.100––100Family Wellness Clinic Ut Austin School Of Nursing300––300Guadalupe Zamora M.D., P.A. ––100100Jose F. Santiago M.D.100––100Red River Family Practice200––200Seton Medical Center Austin––2,0002,000Shots For Tots St. Johns300––300Auro Pharmacy 1,200––1,200Trinity Internal Medicine 100––100
ProviderModernPfizerJ&JTotalLone Star Circle of Care TAMU Health Science Center Family Health100––100WCCHD Round Rock 1,600––1,600Lone Star Circle Care Taylor Health Center100––100Austin Regional Clinic1,200––1,200Lake Aire Med Center Senior Health Wellness100––100Jarrell Medical Clinic ––100100Wellmed Leander ––100100Baylor Scott & White Round Rock Family Medicine1,000––1,000Curative Medical Associates PA5,00011,700–15,700
ProviderModernaPfizerJ&JTotalCVS Pharmacy #10535––2,0002,000Texas State University Student Health Services––1,2001,200Brookshires Pharmacy 67100––100Hays County Health Department–3,510–3,510Ascension Seton Health Center Buda––100100BSWH Buda Medical Center500––500
ProviderModernPfizerJ&JTotalA+ Life Style Medical Group2,000––2,000Family Health Center At Elgin100––100
ProviderModernaPfizerJ&JTotalFamily Wellness Center, P.A.300––300LSCC Family Care Center At Marble Falls100––100BSW Medical Center Marble Falls –1,170–1,170
ProviderModernaPfizerJohnson & JohnsonTotalTejas Healthcare Clinic100––100
ProviderModernaPfizer J&JTotalHill Country Memorial Hospital ––600600
ProviderModernaPfizerJ&JTotalDavam Urgent Care100––100Pieratt’s Pharmacy100––100Giddings State School100––100
ProviderModernaPfizerJ&JTotalMilam County Health Department300––300
Data concerning specific providers in Central Texas was compiled by KXAN Intern Hannah Falcon.