These San Antonio hubs will be receiving COVID-19 vaccine shipments this week

This is for the week of Jan. 25, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services

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SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Department of State Health Services has announced which COVID-19 vaccine hubs in San Antonio will be receiving vaccine doses during the week of Jan. 25.

These are only first doses of the vaccine. Health officials say these locations are where the vaccine will be shipped but are not necessarily where the vaccinations will be distributed.

Below are the hubs in San Antonio that will be receiving the vaccine:

  • San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Main Immunizations Clinic - 9,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine
  • University Health System - Inpatient - 10,725 doses of the Pfizer vaccine
  • UT Health San Antonio/Wellness 360 (Adult) - 5,850 doses of the Pfizer vaccine

UT Health says its allotment is reserved for Tier 1B patients within its healthcare system and that open scheduling for general public vaccination is not available at this time.

The four current COVID-19 vaccine distribution sites in San Antonio include the Alamodome, the WellMed Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center, the Alicia Treviño López Senior Community Center, and University Health at Wonderland of the Americas. Click here to find out how to schedule vaccine appointments at one of these public vaccination sites.

To see the full list of COVID-19 vaccination distribution for this week in Texas, click here.

RELATED: Had the 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine in San Antonio? Here’s how to get the 2nd dose.

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Cody King is a digital journalist for KSAT 12. She previously worked for NewsChannel 20 in Springfield, Illinois.