Residents react to vaccine distribution at PSJA Memorial Early College High School
Vaccination clinics across the Valley have experienced long wait times, limited supply and a lot of people without a chance to get vaccinated.
On Monday, many people showed up to PSJA Memorial Early College High School in Alamo for a shot at getting vaccinated the following day.
There were only 1,000 vaccines, however, cars stretched about a mile and a half across the city.
After a head count, officers closed the gate just about an hour after opening the clinic at 5 p.m.
Hidalgo County officials say more vaccines are coming as weekly state shipments continue and that they are still working on implementing an online registration system.
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