Killeen COVID testing

Cars were seen at the COVID-19 site located at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 South W.S. Young Drive.

Free COVID-19 vaccines and tests will be available, while supplies last, during drive-thru clinic events today and Thursday hosted by the city of Killeen.

The city’s latest COVID-19 vaccine and testing site will be held at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 S. W. S. Young Drive, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, according to a city of Killeen news release.

Pfizer vaccine and booster shots will be available to those who are at least 12 years old.

“This clinic will not be offering the vaccine to youth ages 5-11 if it is approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) before or during the dates of the clinic,” Executive Director of Communications Janell Ford said in a news release Tuesday. “The Killeen Independent School District will handle vaccines for those ages, and the City will provide any support needed.”

Last week, Ford said, between Oct. 27-28, Killeen’s drive-thru clinic administered 137 vaccines and 135 tests, of which five tested positive for COVID-19.

No appointments are required for the vaccines or tests, she said, but a phone number and/or email address is required. Fifteen-minute COVID-19 rapid tests are available to all ages with parental supervision and permission.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has authorized mixing booster shot brands. Per the CDC, booster shots are eligible for those who are:

65 years or older

18 years or older who live in long-term care settings

18 years or older who have underlying medical conditions

18 years or older who work in high-risk settings

18 years or older who live in high-risk settings

Individuals should consult with their physician for information on whether they are eligible and can visit for the CDC guidance.

Ford said residents are asked to text their zip code to GETVAX (438829) for a list of nearby locations to receive a COVID-19 vaccine shot. Each person is also sent information about free childcare and getting a ride to a vaccination location. Residents may also call the connected hotline at 1-800-232-0233 for the same information.


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Testimony of one health worker at Mauiis Hospital in Hawaii

- I live in Maui, Hawaii. We only have one hospital. I’ve taken care of 3 men now, who have GBS after vaccination (Guillian-Barré syndrome), 4 teenage boys with myocarditis (they got vaccination to play sports), 1 lady had to cut off her leg because of clots. Thirteen-year-old Bell’s palsy after shot. Seven-year-old with seizures after clots. Covid plus patient with 3rd booster. Two ladies with spontaneous abortions after vaccination. One woman in her 30s with myocarditis and pericarditis. The list goes on and on, not to mention all the covid patients who’ve been killed by Remdesivir. And this is a small 240 bed hospital.

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