(CAMERON) Milam County conducted their largest vaccine clinic to date last week.
According to Milam County Judge Steve Young, the Milam County Health Department administered 412 shots on Friday in their largest mass clinic attempted. The County gave out 397 initial doses of vaccine and 15 second-round booster shots. The day before, the county administered 318 doses of vaccine, mostly booster shots to fully vaccinate those people. In total, 730 people were given a shot in the past week. The Judge again thanked the many volunteers who have helped make these clinics a huge success.
Brookshire Brothers, HealthPoint, and Wal-Mart are also giving vaccinations. Currently, around 2,400 people are signed up to be vaccinated here and health officials urge everyone to get signed up. Shots are being given by appointment only. To sign up, call 254-697-7000. Those eligible to be vaccinated include front-line medical workers, those over 65, and those with underlying medical conditions.