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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) 2020 Updates
Here’s Where can you get the COVID-19 Shot in Amarillo
So where can you get a COVID 19 Vaccine here in Amarillo? We got the list right here
Civic Center Walk-In Vaccination Clinic's Easter Weekend Hours
If you have the day off tomorrow, it would be a good time to get your vaccine.
There Are More Places to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine in Amarillo
In a press release yesterday, United Supermarkets announced that they are doing vaccine clinics at communities across Texas.
I Got My Shot… And It Wasn’t a Thing… Amarillo makes it Easy
just how hard is it to get the vaccine in Amarillo, Not Very... and no it won't turn you into a pawn for the state.
All Adults Eligible For Covid Vaccine Next Week
So get ready for it. The flood of Facebook photos of even more people posting that they got their Covid Vaccination. As more and more people are eligible to start getting their first round. Then of course schedule their second shot. The time is here.
Looking Back: A Year After The First COVID-19 Case In Amarillo
Today marks the one year anniversary of the first positive Covid-19 case in our area.
Another Amarillo Group is Eligible for Vaccines Starting Monday
Another Amarillo group is about to become eligible to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine locally
The Masks May Come Off, But Texas Teachers Aren’t Celebrating Spring Break
Even Though the Texas Education Agency has let school districts across the state handle masks, there really aren't too many teachers celebrating.
Amarillo Businesses Still Planning on Asking You to Wear a Mask
Here is a quick list of what we've found while searching to see what businesses will be requiring or requesting that guests wear masks.
Covid Cases in Nursing Homes Drop 82% According to Report
The American Healthcare Association and the National Center for Assisted Living are reporting that cases dropped to their lowest level since the government began tracking weekly cases in nursing homes in May 2020.