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City of El Paso: More Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines arrive; Frontline Pandemic Personnel, Vulnerable populations up first

Tuesday evening, officials with the  City of El Paso announced that they had received an additional 1,100 Moderna vaccinations as part of the Phase 1 distribution for those at highest risk for contracting COVID-19.

On Wednesay, January 6, the Department of Public Health (DPH) and El Paso Fire Department will continue administering the Moderna vaccine to priority groups in Phase 1 Group A and Group B who have pre-registered and have been given an appointment time.

The doses will be dispensed to:

  • First responders as part of Phase 1, Group A
  • Elderly care facilities as part of Phase 1, Group B
  • Community members who have pre-registered and part of Phase 1, Group B

As the City of El Paso waits to receive more COVID-19 vaccines, residents who are eligible as either Phase 1 Group A or Group B can pre-register to receive the vaccine with the City of El Paso by clicking on this link and submitting the pre-registration form.

Once pre-registered, residents will be notified about the availability of the vaccine and be provided with the next steps. Other local providers can be found on the State Department of State Health Services’ map.

“Vaccine availability at the State and National level will continue to be very limited for the next several weeks,” DPH officials shared via a news release. “Once vaccine production increases vaccines will be available for a larger number of persons.”

For more information about the COVID-19 vaccination program, visit and click on the vaccination page.