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Long lines formed Jan. 11 in Fair Park, where Dallas County opened its first "mega" vaccination site. Credit: Shelby Tauber for The Texas Tribune

Progress in the fight against the coronavirus is coming, but Texas is a long way from herd immunity

The mythic idea of "herd immunity" from COVID-19 in the long journey back to normal may be out of reach for Texas any time soon, state health officials and medical experts say.

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Hays County began administering COVID-19 vaccines during clinics at San Marcos High School and Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic on Monday and Tuesday. The county recently received 1,950 Pfizer vaccines from the Texas Department of State Health Services and announced it will receive additional doses soon. Above, a member of the San Marcos Fire Department administers a COVID-19 vaccine. Below, a vaccine is prepared to be given. Photos courtesy of Hays County


Hays County began administering COVID-19 vaccines this week and plans to allow residents to sign up for future allotments beginning Friday. 


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