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Coronavirus in Texas

Texas’ decentralized, internet-reliant system for vaccine appointments leaves many eligible people unable to access a shot

Texans face challenges trying to book a vaccine appointment through a time-consuming process that inherently favors people who have easy access to internet and transportation. The situation is contributing to inequitable access for many people in the state.

A patient receives their vaccination against COVID-19 at the Delco Activity Center in Northeast Austin, on March 13, 2021.
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