GOOD EDITORIAL STRONGLY RECOMMENTKG TAKING THE VACCINE AND WHY. CLICK ATTACHMENT
People across Texas who want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can travel to another county in which they don’t reside for inoculation…Douglas Loveday, a spokesman for Texas Department of State Health Services, said the focus for providers remained people who fall under Phase 1A and 1B, which includes “our frontline healthcare workers, people over 65 years of age and those 16 years and older who have an underlying condition that would lead to a severe illness or death if infected with COVID-19….There is no residency requirement to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas,” Loveday said. “Vaccine is still limited, so people should first visit the websites of vaccine providers for information or call to see if vaccine is available and to set up an appointment.
(J. Harris: A certain Norwegian housekeeper who I have enjoyed for 54 years sent
me this. Of course, you don’t drink or inject it.)
(J. Harris: It doesn’t matter. Both work. No difference in side effects.)
“… transmission from asymptomatic individuals was estimated to account for more than half of all transmissions. In addition to identification and isolation of persons with symptomatic COVID-19, effective control of spread will require reducing the risk of transmission from people with infection who do not have symptoms. These findings suggest that measures such as wearing masks, hand hygiene, social distancing, and strategic testing of people who are not ill will be foundational to slowing the spread of COVID-19 until safe and effective vaccines are available and widely used.”
(J. Harris: This is why EVERYONE needs to wear a mask and distance and wash–including CHILDREN)
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