Texarkana, Texas 2021-07-20 16:06:11 –
Texarkana, Texas (KTAL / KMSS) – Bowie County, Texas Health Department has partnered with Texas to offer a free COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, July 22nd.
Health professionals encourage anyone who has never been vaccinated to stop by. Three different vaccines will be available. People over the age of 12 are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. People over the age of 18 are eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Texarkana-Bowie County Health Department Administration Manager Kelly Brush urges people to disbelieve the prevailing myth about vaccines. “I think the biggest thing we get is to change my DNA. And it’s not going to change your DNA, they have nothing to do with your DNA. The other is , Someone who thinks he has a tracker in his body. It’s not about putting a tracker on your body, “Brush said.
Local health experts said they want everyone to understand how important vaccination is, especially in the context of the surge in cases due to delta mutations.
“All vaccines basically teach your body how to make antibodies … but mRNA (messenger RNA) vaccines are what we often hear. They are not. The technology and science behind them It has been studied for decades and has actually used them in previous vaccines, so it’s not really new, it’s just a new virus, and it fights certain cancer cells. There have been many studies on cancers that have been used with mRNA to induce the immune system, “Brush said.
The clinic will be held from 10 am to 4 pm in the Health Department at 902 W. 12th Street in Texarkana, Texas. There are no residence requirements.
For transportation support, you can call the Ark-Tex Government Council at 1-866-575-9014.
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