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Tarrant County COVID-19 vaccine registration sites open this weekend – volunteers needed

Tarrant County has announced three COVID-19 vaccine registration sites will be open this weekend. On Friday, April 9, there will be two sites available at Brighter Outlook Inc. and the Saginaw Community Center. On Saturday, April 10 a registration site will be open at the El Rancho Supermercado store on North Main Street. Saginaw Community […]

The Secret Sauce to overcoming vaccine hesitancy – your local church

Excerpted from a Stateline article by Christine Vestal Nationwide, efforts to vaccinate people at churches and other trusted locations in targeted communities appears to be gaining momentum. MedStar Mobile Healthcare, a Fort Worth, Texas, regional emergency medical service, hit what leaders there considered a home run recently, vaccinating 757 people in a single day at […]

Texas to open COVID-19 vaccination to all adults on March 29

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) announced yesterday that all adults will now be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine beginning Monday, March 29. DSHS expects vaccine supplies to increase as soon as next week. The state’s Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel recommended opening vaccination to everyone to protect as many Texans as possible. […]

Vaccine registration set for March 13 in Fort Worth

The Tarrant County Community Engaged Alliance Against COVID-19 is hosting a vaccine registration event on Saturday, March 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., CDT at the Eastside YMCA in Fort Worth. North Texan residents can also sign up online with their county or any county convenient to them. The county will then contact you […]

Governor Abbott proclaims October as “Health Literacy Month”

Did you know October is “Health Literacy Month?” Texas Governor Greg Abbott made it official last week, joining Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Irving Mayor Rick Stopfer when they signed proclamations from their offices. Teresa Wagner of UNT Health Science Center was present for the Governor’s signing. Health Literacy empowers patients to improve their […]

It’s official – October is Health Literacy month!

Did you know October is “Health Literacy Month?” Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price made it official on September 24 when she signed the proclamation at Fort Worth City Hall. Teresa Wagner of UNT Health Science Center and Jessica Rangel of SaferCare Texas were present for the signing. Health Literacy empowers patients to improve their health […]

Donation Day to be held in Fort Worth

Excerpted from a Fort Worth Star-Telegram story by Lauren Gustus We’ve been glued to our phones and televisions since Harvey first struck Texas. The rains have passed but the need has not and will not. Families and friends are stuck in their homes. Many of us are keeping in touch but cannot get to them. […]