Post Tagged with: "vaccinations"

Houston Health Department urges people to get flu shot now

The Houston Health Department encourages everyone ages six months and older to protect themselves, their family and community by getting a flu shot now. Flu outbreaks can occur as early as October and last as late as May. “The protection offered by flu shots is more important than ever, not […]

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COVID testing required for all City of Houston employees

Mayor Sylvester Turner has announced that he signed Executive Order (EO 1-71) COVID-19 Mitigation Safety Measures requiring City of Houston employees to test for the COVID-19 virus twice monthly unless they have proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. The announcement follows the recent deaths of two City employees from complications linked to the […]

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Mayor Turner launches “Super Saturday Vaccination Days”

HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner visited two school campuses Saturday afternoon to help educators and health leaders welcome families to Super Saturday Vaccination Day. The initiative is a partnership between the Mayor’s Office of Education, the Houston Health Department, Harris County Public Health, and Houston-area school districts to vaccinate teachers, […]

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Kroger kicks off $5 Million #CommunityImmunity Giveaway

Kroger Houston, as part of Kroger Health – the healthcare division of The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) – is eager to motivate more Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine to better protect communities across America. Through the newly launched #CommunityImmunity Giveaway, Kroger Health will provide customers and Kroger Family of Companies associates […]

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