CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System will host another COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Clinic this Saturday, March 13. In addition to individuals in Phase 1A and 1B categories, the vaccine is now available for individuals who work in a school serving early learning, pre-K, or K-12 grade levels or work as a licensed childcare provider. This includes teachers, staff, and bus drivers.

According to a press release, this round of Pfizer first-dose vaccinations is also occurring by appointment only. Walk-in and wait-list appointments are not available. To schedule an appointment for Saturday, March 13, visit vaccinate.christushealth.org.

When you visit vaccinate.christushealth.orgyou will be asked to answer the questions in the yellow chat box on the right of the screen to determine if you meet guidelines for receiving the vaccine. Individuals may also call the following dedicated phone line for information and registration for a vaccination appointment at this hub vaccination clinic: (877) 335-5746.

 As directed by state guidelines, the vaccines for the hub are designated for individuals in the 1A and 1B categories and has been expanded to include educators. Criteria includes:

 Phase 1A

Focus on health care workers

 Phase 1B

--People 65 years of age and older

--People 18 years of age and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for several illness from the virus that causes COVID-19 such as but not limited to:

o Cancer

o Chronic kidney disease

o COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)

o Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies

o Solid organ transplant

o Obesity and severe obesity (BMI of 30 kg/m2 or higher)

o Pregnancy

o Sickle cell disease

o Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Caregivers from CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System and CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, alongside Bowie County and City of Texarkana, Texas first responders, and volunteers from the Emergency Operations Center, Texas A&M University-Texarkana and Texarkana College will operate the clinic on Saturday, March 13, to administer vaccines to individuals who meet the criteria for Phase 1A or Phase 1B. The vaccine is free to the public, and details will be provided to individuals when they receive confirmation of appointments.

 Once an appointment has been made, individuals are asked to adhere to the clinic operational guidelines to support the efficiency and safety of the caregivers and other community residents alike:

  • Please arrive no more than 15 minutes early and remain in your vehicle until 5 minutes before your appointment time.
  • Only those being vaccinated may attend the clinic, except for those who need assistance. Those who cannot come alone to their appointment may bring 1 essential visitor.
  • Wear loose fitting clothes, for ease in accessing your shoulder to administer the vaccine.
  • Masks are required. Please bring your own mask.
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