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TapInto.net
Feb 23, 2021

All doses at NRG Stadium will be administered in addition to the thousands of weekly doses offered by the Houston Health Department, Harris County Health Department and other providers to high-risk populations.

Houston Chronicle
Feb 23, 2021

Houston Health Department and Harris County Public Health are FEMA’s local partners in the effort to inoculate 126,000 people in that period.

Houston Press
Feb 23, 2021

Harris County Public Health (HCPH) is providing initial vaccinations to those most at risk of exposure to COVID-19 that meet the State’s guidelines of 1A and 1B.

CW39
Feb 23, 2021

The Houston Health Department and Harris County Health Department are partnering up at NRG Stadium to vaccinate the most vulnerable and underserved communities. The site will fully-vaccinate approximately 126,000 people by serving 6,000 per day seven days per week for three weeks before transitioning to second doses for three weeks. Both departments will use their waitlists to schedule appointments for the drive-thru site.

Telemundo Houston
Feb 22, 2021

A partir del este miércoles el Condado Harris espera vacunar contra el COVID-19 a 43,000 personas por semana por un período de 22 días.

KPRC 2
Feb 22, 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations and testing can resume now that the winter storms that hit Texas last week have passed. People who had vaccine and testing appointments that were canceled due to the winter storms will be rescheduled, Harris County Public Health said.

KHOU 11
Feb 22, 2021

Both the city and county's health departments said they are prioritizing vaccinating residents in high-risk ZIP codes, along with older people and those with serious health conditions.

Community Impact Newspaper (Heights/River Oaks/Montrose)
Feb 22, 2021

All doses at NRG Stadium will be administered in addition to the thousands of weekly doses offered by the Houston Health Department, Harris County Health Department and other providers to high-risk populations.

People.com
Feb 18, 2021

Responding officers from the Harris County Sheriff's Office and Harris County Pets said that the animals appeared "to have been left outside" during Winter Storm Uri, according to a social media post from the Houston Humane Society. In addition to being " severely malnourished," one of the dogs had "a broken jaw," the shelter added.

CW39 Houston
Feb 17, 2021

The officers from Harris County Sheriff’s Office and Harris County Pets, partners of Harris County Animal Cruelty Taskforce, on-scene share the animals appear to have been outside for days now, with no shelter access. The animals have been taken to the Houston Humane Society for shelter and medical treatment.

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