Stay Informed - Subscribe To Our Newsletters

Doctors go old school to vaccinate residents in Austin

AUSTIN, Texas — Doctors and volunteers in one Austin neighborhood went old school to register people to get their COVID-19 vaccinations. The Austin-American Statesman reports that instead of having people register online, the volunteers and health care professionals decided to put out flyers in East Austin with a phone number. Appointments were made over the phone. The efforts by Dr. Jereka Thomas-Hockaday, a group of about 20 students with the nonprofit Central Texas Allied Health and several other health care professionals resulted in more than 1,100 residents getting doses of the Pfizer vaccine on March 27.  Others are now working to replicate Thomas-Hockaday’s efforts and set up similar vaccination efforts in their communities.  

On-Air & Up next

  • Mr. Texas Real Estate
    9:00PM - 10:00PM
    All things Texas and real estate. Jason Bible,Mr. Texas Real Estate, and Robert Orfino,Mr. California Investor, share with you their journey in real estate investing and working   >>
  • Dennis Prager
    10:00PM - 11:00PM
  • Eric Metaxas
    11:00PM - 1:00AM
  • Eric Metaxas
    12:00AM - 1:00AM
  • The Larry Elder Show
    1:00AM - 4:00AM

See the Full Program Guide