Montgomery County COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Montgomery County Status
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX -- Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough updated the public this evening via his Facebook page. His statement is as follows:
One of Montgomery County’s vaccine hub partners, Lone Star Family Health, received an additional 2,000 doses of Moderna vaccine for this week’s distribution. We will operate the vaccine hub on Tuesday and Wednesday this week with Lone Star’s allotment. New appointment times will be released tomorrow (Monday, January 25, 2021) evening. Please check out their reservation website www.lonestarvaccine.com to register for your appointment. We will be announcing tomorrow afternoon when the site will open for appointments.
Additionally, another one of our other partners, CHI St. Luke’s, received 1,950 doses. We have worked with them onsite with the logistics and traffic control for over a week to be ready to open this hub on their campus. They will be announcing early this week when their reservation system will open for appointment reservations. The hub should open by mid week. (Pictured above)
We also received 400 doses at Montgomery County Public Health. We will open the vaccine hub on Thursday at the Montgomery County fairgrounds to allocate these doses. The health district will announce early this week when their online registration will open for appointments.
Montgomery County has multiple partners to assist us with vaccine distribution to anyone who chooses to participate. While supplies of the vaccine are still low we will continue to use the reservation process to ensure no doses are wasted. Over the next few weeks as supplies become more available we will announce more hub locations with additional partners. (Pictured above)
All of our hub locations are possible with the partnership of the vaccine provider and many local agencies all working to ensure a smooth and flawless operation of distribution. We can handle many more thousands of doses each week but supplies are limited. I urge everyone to remain patient and as soon as we receive more doses we will be ready to distribute immediately.