Must Have Appointment to Participate in Thursday Vaccination Clinics

Priority Vaccinations Being Given to those Impacted by City Registration Glitch

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The Corpus Christi – Nueces County Public Health District will vaccinate about 1,000 patrons affected by an overbooking registration issue caused by a software glitch with the City’s online system which has since been resolved.

The Phase 1A and 1B residents will take part in a priority vaccination drive thru clinic on Thursday, February 4, at the Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds. Eligible participants have been notified by reverse alert with an appointment time for tomorrow’s clinic. If patrons have not been notified by reverse alert, do not have a scheduled appointment time, or a password for tomorrow, they will be turned away.

Pfizer vaccinations will only be given to registered participants.

A second group of 1,000 people who were also part of the overbooking issue will be contacted to receive vaccines when the Health District receives its next allotment.

Also, on Thursday, Driscoll Children’s Hospital HUB will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the American Bank Center. This event is an appointment-based walk-in (not drive-thru) service and all available reservations have been taken. Patrons will be turned away if they do not have an appointment. This clinic is expected to vaccinate 1,000 people. The vaccine is Pfizer.