The rollout for the COVID-19 vaccine is underway across Texas.
The state is receiving the two FDA-approved vaccines, by Pfizer and Moderna, and distributing thousands of doses to hospitals, pharmacies, local health departments, freestanding ERs and other clinics across the state.
Texas is still in its limited supply phase of the rollout and vast chunks of people who are eligible have not yet been able to secure an appointment.
We asked University Health doctors some of your questions, which they answered in the videos below.
Do people who have been vaccinated still need to wear masks and social distance?
When can I get a COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy, like a flu shot?
How do vaccines get out to the public?
Have more questions? Let us know in the prompt below.
Below are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about the coronavirus vaccine rollout in Texas, Bexar County and San Antonio.
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