The City of Lubbock Public Health Department conducted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on March 20, focusing on all eligible individuals in Phases 1A, 1B, 1C, and teachers as outlined by the Texas Department of State Health Services. According to a City of Lubbock press release, 2,268 people received vaccinations during this clinic.

The clinic results since vaccines became first available, according to the Public Health Department, is listed below:

- 2,086 vaccinations administered to those in Phases 1A and 1B in December 2020

- 20,347 vaccinations, including 18,007 first doses and 2,340 second doses administered in January 2021

- 33,342 vaccinations, including 17,911 first doses and 15,431 second doses administered in February 2021

- 2,408 vaccinations, including 744 first doses and 1,664 second doses administered on March 2

- 2,524 vaccinations, including 1,033 first doses and 1,491 second doses administered on March 3

- 2,912 vaccinations, including 1,432 first doses and 1,480 second doses administered on March 4

- 2,570 vaccinations, including 1,304 first doses and 1,266 second doses administered on March 6

- 2,223 vaccinations, including 978 first doses and 1,245 second doses administered on March 9

- 2,158 vaccinations, including 930 first doses and 1,228 second doses administered on March 10

- 2,541 vaccinations, including 1,231 first doses and 1,310 second doses administered on March 11

- 2,100 vaccinations, including 948 first doses and 1,152 second doses administered on March 13

- 2,358 vaccinations, including 1,090 first doses and 1,268 second doses administered on March 16

- 1,715 vaccinations, including 965 first doses and 750 second doses administered on March 17

- 2,274 vaccinations, including 1,144 first doses and 1,130 second doses administered on March 18

- 2,268 vaccinations, including 1,065 first doses and 1,203 second doses administered on March 20

The release stated that 50,868 individuals have received their first COVID-19 vaccinations, and 32,958 individuals have received their second doses through the Public Health Department. The city plans to host additional clinics this week, continuing the focus on Phases 1A, 1B, 1C, and teachers as defined by the Texas Department of State Health Services, according to the release.

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