WACO, Texas – The City of Waco is asking for your opinion in a new COVID-19 survey. The purpose is to gauge the community’s interest, which may impact vaccination rates.
For information on the survey, you can click HERE.
The city also went a step further by establishing a COVID-19 hotline as a way to bridge the technology divide.
“There is a small number of people, but they do exist – that they don’t have internet, they don’t have email. They don’t have the things that we’re used to having,” says Larry Holze, City of Waco spokesperson.
Through calling (254)-750-5606, people can find updates on testing sites and vaccine availability.
As of January 13th, at least 1,000 people have received the vaccine – but city leaders are in the dark on when additional doses will arrive.