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Texas’ COVID-19 vaccinations begin to rebound after plunging during last week’s winter storm

Texas expects to see about 1.5 million doses arrive this week, including last week’s undelivered doses, and the opening of three new federally supported vaccination hubs.

Dave DeJohn, a teacher at Yates High School, gets vaccinated by pharmacist Ilana Druker at Houston Independent School District’s Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center in Houston on Jan. 9, 2021.

85% drop in vaccinations over two weeks

Catching up after the storm

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