March 10, 2021 519 PM
TRI-COUNTY — The state is rolling out over one million vaccines a week across the state, local clinics and pharmacies are now offering vaccinations and Brewster County has launched a new initiative to vaccinate those who are homebound.
This week, Brewster County has partnered with local medical personnel to get COVID-19 vaccines to any homebound person who wants one. To receive the shot at your home, you must be a Brewster County resident and may be homebound for any reason. Call the Brewster County Sheriff’s office at (432) 837-3488 to set up a time. A deputy and a medical professional will arrange to visit and give the vaccination.
To get on the waiting list at Highland Drug in Alpine to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, call (432) 837-3931.
To set up an appointment at Prescription Shop in Alpine, call (432) 837-3498.
Call 432-837-0430 to join Big Bend Regional Medical Center’s list.
Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LXX7S6V to sign up for the Department of State Health Services’ list.
Visit https://bit.ly/3qSxi5l to get on Preventative Care Health Services’ list.