Bryan, Texas, April 9, 2021- Brazos County Community Vaccination Hub, in conjunction with its community partners, has identified when it will no longer be providing first doses through the hub.
The week of May 10, 2021 will be the last week that first dose vaccines are offered at the Hub. We will continue to monitor the community’s demand for vaccines, in order to be good stewards of our resources, and make additional adjustments to Hub operations if needed to ensure that our resources are effectively utilized. As supplies of the vaccine across our communities and the state have increased, the demand for appointments at the Hub has begun to diminish. To date, the Hub has given out 56,224 first doses and 25,228 second doses. This data includes both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Additionally, the Hub is making changes to its hours of operations for first doses. On Monday, April 12 and Tuesday, April 13, the Hub hours will be 10 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.
While first doses will no longer be administered after the week of May 10, 2021, the Hub will continue operations until all second doses that are received are administered. As a reminder, there are several locations across Brazos County that also offer the vaccine, and those providers can be found on the Brazos Health District’s website.
The schedule for vaccine appointments opens each Friday at 10 a.m. for all community members 18 years and older. And, these appointments are directly scheduled through the Vaccination Hub website, brazoshub.com. As has been the past practice, the numbers of appointments available each week will be dependent upon the allocation of vaccines to the Hub by the State of Texas.
Remember…our mission is ‘getting a shot in everyone’s arm who wants one’.
Please address all media inquiries to Heather Bush at 713.823.9493 or Chief Jim Stewart at 979.777.8372