Texas businesses that require customers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 will be denied state contracts and could lose their licenses or operating permits under legislation Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law Monday.
From the beginning of the pandemic, testing quickly became a vital step toward containment. And while vaccines have taken over the COVID conversation, testing continues to be an important part of the fight against the virus today.
In a city news conference, Amarillo health experts weighed in on the joint recommendation made by the FDA and CDC to pause the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine due to health concerns earlier this month.
The Amarillo VA Health Care System is expanding its offering of COVID-19 vaccinations effective Monday, April 5, of both Moderna and Johnson vaccine, to all Veterans, their caregivers, spouses, and CHAMPVA beneficiaries under the SAVE LIVES Act.
Starting March 15, even more people in Texas will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. To help, the city of Amarillo is releasing videos about the COVID-19 vaccine clinic in hopes to give those worried about receiving the vaccine some peace of mind.
Starting Monday March 15, the City of Amarillo is extending COVID-19 vaccine availability to individuals meeting criteria defined under the State of Texas Phase 1C COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation initiative.