Some San Angelo Police Officers Receive First COVID-19 Vaccinations


SAN ANGELO, TX – Some San Angelo Police officers have been administered the Coronavirus Vaccine on Thursday.

According to Shannon, on Dec. 17, officers with the San Angelo Police Department began receiving vaccinations.

The first vaccines were administered to health care workers, out patient health facility employees and first responders.

The first people to get the vaccine were the doctors at Shannon Medical Center. Here is the video:

Earlier Thursday Gov. Abbott confirmed that another round of COVID-19 vaccines is being delivered across Texas Thursday. Shannon received 1,950 initial doses of the Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine.

It is unknown how many Shannon will get in the shipment.

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