• October 26, 2021

Tags : COVID-19

City expands COVID-19 booster to include Moderna, Johnson & Johnson

Beginning Monday, October 25, the City of El Paso will administer COVID-19 booster vaccine doses of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, in addition to the Pfizer-BioNTech by appointment for eligible individuals. “Although immunity in the fully vaccinated has been found to be high several months after administration, a booster shot can help strengthen protection against severe […]Read More

TTUHSC El Paso to host Covid-19 Vaccination, Booster Drive

COVID-19 shots will be available during a vaccine drive this month on the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso campus. Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso, the medical practice of the Foster School of Medicine, will administer a Pfizer vaccine from 3 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 17, and from 10 a.m. […]Read More

At least 45 districts shut down in-person classes due to

At least 45 small school districts across Texas have been forced to temporarily stop offering in-person classes as a result of COVID-19 cases in the first few weeks of the new school year, according to the Texas Education Agency. The shutdowns, which affected about 42,000 students as of Thursday, come as cases caused by the […]Read More

New dates added: City, Ysleta ISD partner to offer COVID-19

Officials with Ysleta ISD and the City of El Paso are continuing their partnership to offer the COVID-19 Vaccine to members of the entire El Paso community over the coming weeks. To receive the vaccine, no appointment is needed. Anyone 12 and older are eligible. Tuesday, August 31 (3:30PM – 5:30PM) Riverside HS (301 Midway Dr., […]Read More

Health officials encourage community to prioritize Mental Health as pandemic

After almost a year and a half, COVID-19 has had a life-changing impact on the community to include issues stemming from mental health such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Department of Public Health officials and their partners at Emergence Health Network are encouraging residents experiencing strong mental health emotions to seek […]Read More

City Health Officials: Residents need to report COVID-19 positive results;

Thursday evening, area health officials are urging residents to report COVID-19 positive cases when taking at-home test kits to avoid potential exposure and outbreak in our community, especially children attending school. Health officials have received positive test result notices for about 140 at-home tests and advise that that at-home test kits can be a valuable […]Read More

City, UTEP partner to offer free COVID-19 Mega Testing Site

Officials with the City of El Pas announced Friday that they have partnered with The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) to provide a COVID-19 mega testing site. The testing mega site, located at at 3333 North Mesa, is a collaboration with UTEP, the City’s Department of Public Health and the Office of Emergency […]Read More

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