UPDATE: Ascension Providence to offer COVID-19 vaccines to Waco ISD, Midway ISD staff Feb. 20th

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WACO, Texas – UPDATE: Ascension Providence will offer COVID-19 first-dose vaccines this Saturday to high-risk Waco ISD and Midway ISD school staff who are 65 years old and older, or who have a pre-existing chronic medical condition.

This comes in alignment with DSHS Phase 1B vaccine priority guidelines.

This is a limited vaccine administration pilot for both school districts in partnership with Ascension Providence. It is estimated more than 700 school district staff in the priority groups will receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Saturday clinic, weather permitting.     

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Ascension Providence sent out another statement Wednesday night saying they will share updates Thursday regarding COVID-19 vaccine appointments. 

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Ascension Providence is postponing all COVID-19 vaccine clinics until further notice.

Public Relations Manager Danielle Hall released the following statement Wednesday evening:

“Our highest priority is the safety and well-being of the patients and communities we are privileged to serve. Due to extreme weather conditions and unexpected delays in COVID-19 vaccine allocation from the state, Ascension Providence is postponing all vaccine clinics until further notice. The COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be rescheduled, pending arrival of the vaccine from the state. We will notify all individuals impacted by this change, and continue to evaluate vaccine clinic operations on a daily basis.”   

– Ascension Providence Public Relations Manager Danielle Hall

Source: Ascension Providence

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