In the last week or so, Navasota, along with a couple of other areas, have been included in a COVD-19 vaccine SubHub Center. That, which is located in Washington County, has some limitations, though.
City Manager Brad Stafford reminded folks of the stipulations down there, should you venture down for a vaccine.
“It is by appointment only, so you have to call 1-800-845-8035. They are open 6 am to 6 pm, no walk-ins, you must have an appointment. If you received the first round of your vaccine at Brookshire Brothers, Walmart, wherever you went, you cannot get your second dose at this center. Everyone needs to pay attention to that. Also, it is only open to the 1A and 1B tier,” said Stafford.
Now, those two tiers that it is available to, are only for those at risk over age 65, and frontline healthcare workers.
Stafford noted that the City of Navasota received about 400 doses of the vaccine, which went very quickly. As for when the city will be getting more of them? Stafford said that is purely up to speculation.
“Right now, if you want to get one, and you are in those tiers, you can go to Brenham. As we get information, as Grimes County gets it, we will share it…it is a guessing game,” he explained.
For more information on the SubHub Vaccination Center, you can contact the city, or emergency management coordinator David Lilly. For setting up an appointment, call 1-800-845-8035.