Category Archives: covid

CORONAVIRUS TESTING AND VACCINATION UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Monday, April 12th, DSHS, hospitals and clinics report 1,565 active cases of Coronavirus and 70 fatalities among members of the community. Free Curative testing kiosks are located at 125 Medical Park Lane. All testing is by appointment only through Curative.com daily from 8 AM…read more »

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NEW INFORMATION FOR VACCINATION CLINIC

WALKER COUNTY OFFICE OF  EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PRESS RELEASE: The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be: Tuesday, April 13 & Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Walker County Storm Shelter, 455 SH 75 N Individuals can preregister at www.walkercountyvaccinate.com but preregistration is NOT required. A drivers license/identification is required to register on-site. The vaccination will be the Moderna 2-shot…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS & TESTING UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Friday, April 9th, DSHS, hospitals and clinics report 1,568 active cases of Coronavirus with 70 fatalities among members of the community. Free Curative testing kiosks are located at 125 Medical Park Lane. All testing is by appointment only through Curative.com daily from 8 AM…read more »

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NATIONAL UPDATE ON COVID-19

Last Friday, the White House COVID-19 Response team held a briefing regarding the COVID pandemic. Director of the Centers for Disease Control, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, told reporters, “The seven-day average of new cases is a little more than 64,000 per day.–Up about two percent from the prior 7-day period . . . .”read more »

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MODERNA VACCINATION INFORMATION

COVID-19 Vaccines Huntsville, Walker County— Tuesday & Wednesday, April 13 & 14, 2021 — As we receive COVID-19 vaccine allocations, Huntsville Family Medicine and Huntsville Memorial Hospital in partnership with the Walker County Office of Emergency Management, will be providing COVID-19 vaccinations based on the current phase(s) published by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Currently,…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS & TESTING UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Thursday, April 8th, yesterday, DSHS, hospitals and clinics report 1,559 active cases of Coronavirus with 70 fatalities among members of the community. Free Curative testing kiosks are located at 125 Medical Park Lane. All testing is by appointment only through Curative.com daily from 8…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS & TESTING UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Wednesday, April 7th, yesterday, DSHS, hospitals and clinics report 1,591 active cases of Coronavirus and 70 fatalities among members of the community. Free Curative testing kiosks are located at 125 Medical Park Lane. All testing is by appointment only through Curative.com daily from 8…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS & TESTING UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Tuesday, April 6th, yesterday, DSHS, hospitals and clinics report that there were 1,582 active cases of Coronavirus and 70 fatalities among members of the community. Free Curative testing kiosks are located at 125 Medical Park Lane. All testing is by appointment only through Curative.com…read more »

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TWO VACCINE DOSES OR ONE? — DOCTOR ANTHONY FAUCI COMMENTS

According to a new CDC Study, a single dose of Pfizer’s or Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine was 80% effective in preventing infections. However, the CDC said two doses are better than one, and that the vaccine’s effectiveness jumped to 90% two weeks after the second dose. Immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday he supports continuing on…read more »

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