Immunize El Paso to begin vaccinating children 12 and older starting Thursday

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Editor’s note: Immunize El Paso clarified appointments can be made for Thursday and beyond. Vaccine doses are expected to arrive Wednesday.

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM)– Immunize El Paso announced it will begin vaccinating children ages 12 and older beginning Thursday.

This comes after the announcement on Monday from the FDA, allowing the use of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children 12 and older.

Immunize El Paso said it has immediately begun accepting new appointments for the expanded age range.

Each of Immunize El Paso’s three clinics will accept appointments and walk-ins throughout the coming weeks. To pre-register, parents are encouraged to CLICK HERE for registration.

The three locations are:

  • Eastside – 1580 George Dieter, Ste 103
  • San Juan – 6292 Trowbridge, 79905
  • Downtown – 513 W. San Antonio, Ste B  79901

For more information, call 915-533-3414 or CLICK HERE.

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