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More than 20,000 citizens have received at least their first shot for the COVID-19 vaccine and that number is set to increase this week. In addition to those who will receive their second shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, the City of Lubbock Health Department announced on Sunday that there will be four clinics this week at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center for those needing to get their first shot.

The clinics this week, as in weeks before, will be open to individuals in groups 1A and 1B. That means frontline workers and those 65 years old and older. Group 1B also includes those over the age of 18 who have at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk. Expect for all clinics for the next few months to be open to those in 1A and 1B.

In addition to Lubbock doing COVID-19 vaccines, the City is giving 1,000 first round doses to United Supermarkets for citizens in group 1B. This is to make sure the vaccine is being distributed in different areas of the community. The United Supermarkets location Parkway Drive, along with the location at 50th and Avenue Q, and the Amigos on North University all received doses of the vaccine. According to the City of Lubbock, all United Supermarket appointments have already been filled, but future vaccine allotments will be assigned to pharmacies on a rotating basis.

For those wanting to sign-up for vaccine clinics this week in Lubbock, registration begins at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 1st. The vaccine clinics will be on the following days and times.

Public Health Department, Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Exhibit Hall

- Tuesday, February 2       10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

- Wednesday, February 3  10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

- Thursday, February 4        2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

- Saturday, February 6       10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

You can register over the phone or online.

  • Those wishing to make an appointment online can do so by visiting mylubbock.info/covid19vaccine
  • Those wishing to make an appointment by phone can do so by calling the City of Lubbock Public Health Department at 806.775.2933.
  • Those wishing to schedule their second dose can do so by visiting mylubbock.info/dose2 or by calling the Public Health Department.
  • Appointments are limited and walk-ups are highly discouraged. Individuals with appointments will be given priority, and walk-ups are not guaranteed a vaccine. 

City of Lubbock officials also ask that you arrive within 10-15 minutes of your appointment and not any earlier. It makes things run much smoother if you stay on time.

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