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The Texas Department of State Health Services will award $10 million to local organizations working to promote COVID-19 vaccinations in Texas. The Texas Vaccine Outreach and Education Grant program will provide grants of $50,000 to $150,000 to a wide range of groups engaged in vaccine education.

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Despite a perceived return to normalcy after more than a year of pandemic procedures, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are once again on the rise nationwide. As Texas remains committed to avoiding further closures and mandates, experts urge all eligible residents to get vaccinated.

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Texas will expand its State Mobile Vaccine Program to include groups of five or more Texans who voluntarily choose to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Texans can call 844-90-TEXAS and select Option 3 to schedule a mobile vaccine clinic to vaccinate groups of friends, families, employees, volunteers, and more.

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Like many areas, Navarro County has reported a marked decrease in the number of new cases of COVID-19 and related hospitalizations and deaths. A 16-day cumulative update from March 16 through 31 recorded 16 new cases and eight more deaths; two more cases were confirmed April 5.

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Texas providers have given 10 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, with more than 3 million Texans now fully vaccinated. The Department of State Health Services estimates 11,837 Navarro County’s eligible residents have had at least one dose and 6,910 are fully vaccinated.

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Gov. Greg Abbott announced March 26 that 10 million COVID-19 vaccines have been administered to Texans across the state, with more than 30% of those eligible receiving a vaccine.

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More than 900,000 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be shipped to providers across Texas this week. The Corsicana-Navarro County Public Health Department’s vaccination hub is set to receive another 1,500 doses of the Moderna vaccine.

During an election year in which Americans were fragmented politically and socially, we briefly found consensus sharing befuddled stories about how we lost an accurate sense of time during mandated shutdowns.