A new vaccine pop-up in Dallas County has been set up in Deep Ellum according to CBS 11 DFW article from May 14. In it they say:
“This week, Parkland’s Chief Medical Officer said the 0-17 age group is currently the biggest reservoir of COVID-19 that’s still in the community.
On Friday night, May 14, Dallas County Health and Human Services hosted a pop-up vaccination event aimed at addressing that.
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The pop-up clinic will be back open Saturday, May 15 from 11 a.m. 9 p.m. as well as the following week. No pre-registration is required.”
Another new vaccine site has opened up in Frist Baptist Dallas Church according to a May 12 article from WFAA 8. In it they say:
“In a bid to fight vaccine hesitancy among evangelicals and Christian conservatives, First Baptist Dallas, in partnership with Dallas County, will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic this Sunday.
‘I’m not a doctor but I trust the Christian doctors in our church who are very enthusiastic about this vaccine,’ said senior pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress in an interview with WFAA.”
More vaccine sites are popping up in diverse locations across Dallas.