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Community vaccinations clinics


May 12, 4-8 p.m.MedStar and the Sansom Park Fire Department are hosting a community vaccination clinic at Sansom Park Fire Station, 5500 Buchanan St., 76114. Up to 250 vaccines will be available, and all adults 18 years and older are eligible. Registration is preferred, but not required.https://usa.quickscreen.health/medstar-vaccination#/screeningEnter your demographic information, answer the screening questions and select05/12 Sansom Park FDas the site and select a time. Take a screen shot or photo of the QR code that displays after selecting the site and time.


May 15, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.The Tarrant County Homeless Coalition has partnered with several organizations to host an all-day COVID-19 vaccination event at the Vineyards on Lancaster (next door to Union Gospel Mission) for people experiencing homelessness. JPS and the Fort Worth Fire Department will vaccinate clients with either the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (requires one shot) or the Moderna vaccine (requires two shots 28 days apart). Bus passes and hygiene kits will be available for people who receive a vaccination. To learn more, contact the Homeless Coalition.mailto:kathryn@ahomewithhope.org


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The City of Fort Worth is working with its partners at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Texas Department of Health and Human Services, and Tarrant County Public Health to closely monitor the COVID-19 outbreak.



Temperature screenings at public-facing city facilities are currently taking place. Those entering city facilities during normal business hours will have their temperature checked using a forehead thermometer, and people with a temperature of 99.6 degrees or more will be asked to leave, and to contact their health care provider. This includes city employees. View the facility handout.(PDF, 233KB)

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