FORT WORTH, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Sundance Square Friday’s ‘pop-up’ clinic has been hard at work getting shots in the arms of North Texans.
Tarrant County Public Health Department officials announced Nov. 11 that the cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccines distributed at the “Fridays Only” pop-up clinic in Sundance Square has risen to 2,048.
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This figure includes 42 doses of the newly approved Pfizer vaccinations for children between the ages of five and eleven.
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Since opening in May, the clinic has been offering all three COVID-19 vaccines for adults.
Operated in the Sundance Square Pavilion in conjunction with the Tarrant County Public Health Department, the clinic will be open Friday, November 12 and 19 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. It will be closed on November 26 for Thanksgiving.
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Interested individuals are not required to pre-register for the clinic and complimentary two-and-a-half hours of parking is available at Sundance Square Garage No. 3, located at 345 W. Third St.