Officials with Immunize El Paso announced Friday that the organization has received an allocation of 8,000 doses to include Pfizer and Moderna vaccine.
“We are excited to have both Pfizer and Moderna vaccine on hand,” said Dusty Warden, Director of Operations with Immunize El Paso.
“Having multiple vaccine presentations will allow us to target anyone age 16 and over, which is an important strategy to protect school-aged children.”
Organizers add that vaccinations will immediately take place beginning next week at Socorro ISD Police Services located at 1180 Joe Battle Boulevard.
Immediate drive-thru appointments can be secured by going online. For more information, call 915-533-3414.
Immunize El Paso, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is a healthcare resource for immunizations serving those who do not have a traditional medical home or are otherwise unable to obtain timely immunization. They operate two brick and mortar clinics, housing half a dozen immunization outreach teams that canvass West Texas and Southern New Mexico.