Texas Governor says in a December 8th interview that the state will be ready once the Pfizer vaccine for Covid-19 is approved.
The state conducted a dry run earlier this year. Once approved, the state should be able to administer the first 100,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine within two days of the vaccine approval.
In addition, the state plans to follow up with phone calls, email reminders, and text messages just to ensure the residents get the essential second dosage.
Here is the article from Dallas News.
We began preparing for the delivery of these vaccines going all the way back to the spring,” said Abbott, a second-term Republican.
Abbott joined Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and other politicians at the White House Tuesday for The Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit, where President Donald Trump claimed approval of the first vaccine was just “days away.”
Trump used the event to take credit for the rapid production of coronavirus vaccines as part of “Operation Warp Speed,” his administration’s initiative to produce and deliver millions of vaccines to the American people to end the coronavirus pandemic. He said the vaccines produced by the initiative “will end the pandemic.”
“Every American who wants the vaccine will be able to get the vaccine,” Trump said. “And we think by spring, we’re going to be in a position that nobody would have believed possible just a few months ago.”
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