"Our kids who cannot get vaccinated, they depend on us being vaccinated to protect them from the spread of the virus. We are their shields," US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said.
"Even if you don't want to do it for yourself, consider getting vaccinated to protect the children in your community. They are depending on us."
Pfizer - ages 5-11, first dose, second dose, third dose for the immunocompromised - 28 days after second dose; ages 12-17 first dose, second dose, booster dose - 5 months after completing primary series
Kids ages 5-11 receiving a COVID-19 vaccine must enter through the front door.
For second shot, please bring your COVID-19 VAX card and please wear a mask!
Pediatricians recommend you vaccinate your children for COVID-19. The vaccines are safe and effective, and they are the best chance our kids have at a school year without interruptions, remote learning or masks. You’re not considered fully vaccinated until two weeks after your second dose, so start making back-to-school vaccine plans now.
For more information on COVID-19 and the Texas COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, please visit: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/.
Please do not call Angelina County & Cities Health District's main number for COVID-19 testing or vaccination information as we are assisting other community members with direct healthcare services.