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Volunteers needed for Brazos County COVID-19 vaccine task force

Around 30 volunteers will be needed every day. Spanish speakers and data entry are two top priorities with finding volunteers.

BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — With the opening of the Brazos County COVID-19 vaccination hub, the American Red Cross is asking for community volunteers to help out. About 30 volunteers will be needed every day starting on January 25, working 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers will help with traffic, registering patients, monitoring patients, even giving the vaccine.

If you are Spanish-speaking, the hub needs your help. You will be able to help facilitate between licensed professionals and patients. If you have a medical license or experience giving shots, you are also a high-priority volunteer. You will be able to help give vaccinations to patients.

Timecounts helps organizers mobilize their community.

Sign up to volunteer by clicking the link above ↑↑ and once you're registered, you'll get all the information you need about positions and how to schedule your shifts.

If you are wondering about when you can get the COVID-19 vaccine, just visit our Brazos Valley COVID-19 guide:

What group are you in? What if you don't want the vaccine? Where do you sign up? When do you sign up? Get your answers here. BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas - Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is here in the Brazos Valley, there's also a lot of information to keep track of.

The Brazos County Vaccination Clinic is expected to open by January 25. You can get vaccinated by appointment only. Information on making an appointment has not yet been released, as the center is not up and running yet. We will update you with that information as soon as it is released.