Texas Governor Greg Abbott and FEMA Announce Mass Vaccination Sites in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area | Univision 23 Dallas Ft. Worth KUVN

The two North Texas vaccination sites will be located at AT&T Stadium in the city of Arlington and at Fair Park in the city of Dallas. The third site will be located at the NRG Stadium in the city of Houston.

These vaccination sites are expected to be able to administer more than 10,000 vaccines per day and will be operated by teams from FEMA in conjunction with the state of Texas through the Texas Division of Emergency Management and local officials.

Officials said preparations are already underway and the sites are expected to be open to the public starting February 24. Details on registering for appointments on these sites will be announced in the coming days.

“These massive community sites will allow us to expand access to covid-19 vaccines in underserved communities and help us mitigate the spread of the virus,” said Governor Abbott. “Thank you to our FEMA partners for working with the state of Texas to establish these vaccination sites and help us protect the most vulnerable.”

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