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El Paso ISD to hold COVID vaccine clinics at all 64 elementary, middle schools

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The El Paso Independent School District and Immunize El Paso are partnering up to provide COVID-19 vaccines and boosters at all 64 elementary and middle school campuses.

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The free vaccine clinics will be held from Jan. 21 to Feb. 2., according to a news release from EPISD.

All vaccine clinics are scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. Below are the dates and locations of the vaccine clinics:

  • Friday, Jan. 21 – Armendariz and Bassett middle schools; Rusk, Clendenin, Moreno, Barron, Travis and Crockett elementary schools.
  • Monday, Jan. 24 – Brown and Hornedo middle schools; Polk, Rivera, Western Hills, Putnam and Tippin elementary schools.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 25 – Charles and Terrace Hills middle schools; Stanton, Duran, Collins, Torres and Newman elementary schools.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 26 – Henderson Middle School; Zavala, Clardy, Douglass, Hart, Hawkins and Herrera elementary schools.
  • Thursday, Jan. 27 – Canyons Hills and Wiggs middle schools; Park, Powell, Sunrise Mountain, Logan and Moye elementary schools.
  • Friday, Jan. 28 – Morehead, Guillen and Magoffin middle schools; Aoy, Coldwell, Hillside and Mesita elementary schools.
  • Monday, Jan. 31 – Ross Middle School; Bliss, Milam, Cielo Vista, Lamar, Nixon and Hughey elementary schools.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 1 – Richardson Middle School; and Tom Lea, Whitaker, Green, Johnson, Kohlberg and Lundy.
  • Wednesday, Feb. 2 – MacArthur PK-8 and Haskins PK-8; Cooley, Guerrero, White elementary schools; Mesita ECDC; and Don Haskins Annex.

Students, parents and community members can attend the clinics.

Students ages 5 and older are eligible for the initial vaccine. Anyone 16 and older who has had their second vaccine at least five months prior are eligible for the booster.

We are excited to bring this collaborative effort to the El Paso community to ensure every child has an opportunity to be protected against COVID-19” said Director of Operations Dusty Warden. “This is a huge step towards our return to normalcy.

Students may receive the vaccine at any campus, not just their home school.

To pre-register for the vaccine click here.

For more information on Vaccinate El Paso, click here.

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