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Urging patience and mask wearing, East Texas health experts gave a broad range of advice and fielded questions about vaccine accessibility, distribution and safety during a recent AARP Texas tele-town hall.
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En todo el país, las personas mayores de 50 años representan casi el 95% de todas las muertes a causa de la COVID-19. Aquí en Texas, decenas de miles de personas han muerto, y los adultos mayores y sus familias han sido muy afectados por el virus. Y como sabemos, en los hogares de ancianos, la situación es particularmente grave.
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AARP Texas is hosting a series of live tele-townhall events in February to help keep you informed about COVID-19 vaccine distribution and how the coronavirus is impacting the 50+ population.
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The state's top health authority reassured callers during an AARP Texas tele-town hall on Tuesday, Jan. 26, that the COVID vaccines distributed in Texas are safe and highly effective but urged patience in getting them into the arms of its people.
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A recent AARP Texas Bullhorn conversation on Facebook spotlighted end-of-year progress at the federal level toward ensuring older people’s health and financial security.
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