EL PASO, Texas -- Doses of the Covid-19 vaccine began arriving in El Paso three weeks ago, marking a significant milestone in the battle against the virus. But it will be months before vaccine doses are widely available, and the rollout is leaving eligible El Pasoans with more questions than answers.
For now, the limited supply is reserved for front-line health care workers and certain high-risk populations: those over age 65 or people of most ages with critical health conditions.
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In addition, vaccine shipments have been made to a range of health care providers — including health clinics and hospitals.
For ease of use, here's the locations the state lists in El Paso as of Monday, along with contact phone numbers. (One important caveat provided by the state: Not all the providers listed below are necessarily vaccinating the public or people in all priority groups.)
- Texas Tech Physicians Of El Paso At Transmountain Family Medicine
- Umc Neighborhood Healthcare Center West
- Dept of Public Health-Remcon
- Mt West Family Health Center
- El Paso Pulmonary Association - El Paso - 4305 N. Mesa Ste A
- The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus
- Las Palmas Medical Center
- The Hospitals Of Providence Sierra Campus
- Kindred Hospital El Paso
- El Paso Psychiatric Center
- El Paso Children's Hospital
- Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso Occupational Health
- Family Medicine Associates of El Paso
- Cesar R Calianga MD
- Del Sol Campus Of Lpds
- Centro San Vicente - El Paso
- Md Kids Pediatrics Lomaland
- Umc El Paso Clinic Ysleta
- Ysleta Health Center El Paso Dph
- Dept Public Health-Alameda
- Umc Nhc East
- Pediatric Group Of Central El Paso - Zaragoza
- Immunize El Paso Eastside
- EP FAMILY DOCTOR
- The Hospitals of Providence East Campus
- Dept Public Health-Railroad