The city of El Paso is working with local food stories and other businesses to enroll residents for the COVID-19 vaccine


EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The El Paso City Department of Health’s Education Task Force is working with grocery stores, outdoor markets, places of worship and other locations over the next few weeks to enroll residents for the COVID-19 vaccine.

The public relations work is also intended to raise the population’s awareness of ways to protect residents in order to protect themselves from the virus.

More than 4,300 people have been registered through their contact at the COVID clinic at 220 S. Stanton, senior centers, grocery stores and door-to-door engagements across the community.

“The Education Taskforce has been around the community since the pandemic began, providing valuable information and education,” said Humberto Rojas, Education Taskforce Lead. “Our team is traveling through every city and county area to ensure residents are assisted with vaccine registration and have the resources and knowledge necessary to keep them safe.”

The task force will be available starting Monday at the following Walmart locations:

date place
Monday 4716 Honda Pass Dr.
Tuesday 8115 N. Loop Dr.
Wednesday 951 N. Resler Dr.
Thursday 1110 Sonnenland Park Dr.
April 5th 101 Redd Road.
April 6th 10840 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
7th of April 1551 N. Zaragoza Rd.
April 8th 3000 Saul Kleinfeld Dr.
9th April 3590 N. Zaragoza Rd.

For a full list of Task Force registration locations, visit and click Orders & Education to access the Education & Enforcement page.


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