If you or your child participated in the El Paso Independent School District's Vaccinate Before You Graduate program last month, now is the time to get ready to get your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The district offered the COVID-19 vaccinations last month so that they could get students ready to return to school in the classroom in the fall semester. They teamed up with Immunize El Paso and the time between doses has elapsed.

You will be able to choose from 10 different clinics that will be held throughout the district at various schools. All of the second COVID-19 vaccine dose clinics will be open from 3:30 to 6 p.m. at the following locations:

June 7: El Paso High and CCTA at El Paso High, 800 E. Schuster.
June 8: Chapin High, 7000 Dyer.
June 9: Irvin High, 9465 Roanoke Dr.
June 10: Austin High and Young Women’s STEAM at Austin, 3500 Memphis Ave.
June 11: Burges High, 7800 Edgemere Blvd.
June 14: Andress High, 5400 Sun Valley Dr.
June 15: Franklin High, 900 N. Resler Dr.
June 16: Coronado High, 100 Champions Pl.
June 17: Jefferson/Silva High, 4700 Alameda Ave.
June 18: Bowie High at Guillen Middle, 900 S. Cotton St.

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EPISD officials with the Department of Health Services said they were glad to see the participation during their first-dose clinics but those participants need to get their second dose in order to "truly protect our community against this deadly virus.”

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Only if you got a vaccination at an EPISD clinic can you get the second COVID-19 dose from the district during the dates and times listed. You will also need to register for an appointment by clicking here. Make sure you bring your vaccination card that you got from Immunize El Paso when you got your first vaccine and when you make your appointment make it at the same location that you got your first vaccine.

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