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Battalion Texas AM

3 pop-up vaccine areas offered in upcoming week

Three additional COVID-19 vaccine pop-up stations will be added starting the week of Sept. 20 for staff and students scattered throughout the Texas A&M campus, as announced in a campus-wide email. In a push to get campus members vaccinated, university administration announced in a Sept. 17 campus-wide email the addition...
COLLEGE STATION, TX
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Brazos Valley healthcare providers work to address vaccine hesitancy and availability

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -Health Point Clinic in Bryan hosted a weekend pop-up vaccine clinic in an effort to increase vaccination rates in the Brazos Valley. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Dashboard, 70.69 percent of eligible Texans 12 and up have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, as of September 18. A number that’s slightly higher than data reported on August 28, 2021.
BRYAN, TX
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Bryan College Station Eagle

Can't support forced vaccination

Once again, The Eagle publish a cartoon and an opinion supporting the forced vaccination of people. How’s that working out?. All that the paper is doing is firming up the resolve that this vaccine is sinister. Democrats were negative about a vaccine developed when Donald Trump was president but now want to force people to take it.
BRYAN, TX
Battalion Texas AM

A&M announces COVID-19 vaccine incentives

Texas A&M announced university COVID-19 vaccination incentives for staff and students in a university wide email on Sept. 3. Fully vaccinated students and staff can submit proof of vaccination to enter to win large prizes by Oct. 14. The drawing for prizes will take place on Oct. 15, overseen by Ingram, Wallis & Co., P.C.
COLLEGE STATION, TX
KBTX.com

Sanderson Farms now offering $1,000 to workers who receive a COVID-19 vaccine

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - In an effort to get employees vaccinated, Sanderson Farms is now offering $1,000 to workers who can show proof they have been fully vaccinated. A company spokeswoman confirmed the incentive Tuesday to News 3′s Rusty Surette. “If the employee is not already fully vaccinated, the incentive...
BRYAN, TX
Bryan College Station Eagle

COVID rise due to focus on vaccines

Why is COVID rising again? I believe it is a failure to address the pandemic on multiple fronts, and currently, the focus is all on vaccines. Vaccines are disease prevention and they work. But for many reasons (a lot of them incomprehensible to me), some people are refusing them. However, as a previous writer to The Eagle posted, it’s all about immunity.
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