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Texas has administered most of its 1.7 million vaccine doses as it prepares to receive 333,000 more

Some 78% of the 1,725,575 doses already shipped to providers have been used, including second doses, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and Texas is set to receive 333,650 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Gov. Greg Abbott speaks at a press conference in Austin on Dec. 17, 2020, regarding COVID-19  and the Pfizer vaccines that have been sent to hospitals across Texas. Gov. Abbott was adamant that despite rising cases and deaths, he will not be ordering any shutdowns. Gov. Abbott also said he has not received the vaccine, but he will take it when the time comes.

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