• November 28, 2021

Tags : covid-19 el paso

FBI El Paso warns of posting CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card

With the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines, many residents have taken to social media to post their proof of shots, something that FBI officials say puts their personal information at risk. “Trending social media topics seem fun, but they may be putting your personal identifiable information in jeopardy,” FBI El Paso officials shared. Officials with […]Read More

City: El Paso Zoo to reopen; Curbside Library services resume

Officials with the City of El Paso announced the date for the El Paso Zoo’s reopening, as well as the resumption of Curbside Library Services. According to officials, with the support of the El Paso Department of Public Health and the Office of Emergency Management, the El Paso Public Libraries will resume curbside services at […]Read More

TTUHSC El Paso Front-Line Heroes discuss receiving COVID-19 Vaccine

Earlier this week, community members heard firsthand accounts from local front-line health care leaders who were among the first El Pasoans to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Host Richard Lange, M.D., M.B.A., president of TTUHSC El Paso and dean of the Foster School of Medicine, updated the public on the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. […]Read More

UPDATE: UMC fills all available appointment registrations for 1st dose

In only three hours after opening online registration, officials with University Medical Center of El Paso announced that they have closed vaccination appointment registration for the first dose of the recently received allotment of 5,000 Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. The first 5,000 registrants, who fall into categories 1A and 1B, primarily first responders and those 65 […]Read More

City of El Paso: More Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines arrive; Frontline

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 […]Read More

$10m in additional funds available to aid local small businesses

Tuesday afternoon, Better Business Bureau Paso del Norte officials announced that El Paso County has made $10 million in grants, loans and technical assistance available to aid small businesses which have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 through its Financial Assistance for Safety, Technology & Economic Resilience (FASTER) Program. “We have included information regarding all the […]Read More

Socorro ISD postpones return to in-person instruction one week; Will

The Socorro Independent School District continues to monitor community health data and seek guidance from health authorities to guide its Back to School Safely plans. Based on a recommendation from the El Paso City/County health authority Dr. Hector Ocaranza, Socorro ISD will not begin in-person instruction until after January 18. “Team SISD is committed to […]Read More

TTP El Paso Receives 3,000 doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Three thousand doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine arrived at the Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso Alberta, Kenworthy and Transmountain clinics on last week, and are now being administered. Armando Meza, M.D., chief of infectious diseases at TTUHSC El Paso and TTP El Paso, received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine last week and […]Read More

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