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COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Montgomery County

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY (May 18, 2021)– St. Luke’s Health—The Woodlands Hospital and The Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management are pausing operations at the COVID-19 mass vaccine clinic on Wednesday, May 19th due to inclement weather. The site located at Woodforest Bank Stadium is scheduled to reopen on Thursday, May 20th, weather permitting.

Previously scheduled appointments for second doses on Wednesday, May 19th will be honored on both Thursday, May 20th 9am-7pm, and Friday May 21st 8am-8pm. Patients who are impacted by the Wednesday, May 19th cancellation are not required make an appointment or reschedule with a representative. Upon arrival for their second dose, patients are asked to bring their CDC vaccination card along with a valid government photo identification. Patients that have questions or concerns regarding their vaccine appointment are asked to call 936-266-3225.

As always, the safety of our patients, team, and community remain our top priority. We thank the community for their continued patience and understanding. For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit StLukesHealth.org/MontgomeryCountyvaccine.

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