FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Sundance Square Friday “pop-up” clinic has been hard at work getting shots in the arms of North Texans.

Tarrant County Public Health Department officials announced on November 11 that the cumulative number of COVID-19 vaccines that have been distributed at the Sundance Square “Fridays Only” pop-up clinic has risen to 2,048.

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This figure includes 42 doses of the newly approved Pfizer vaccinations for children between five and eleven-years-old.

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Since opening in May, the clinic has offered all three COVID-19 vaccines for adults.

The clinic is operated in the Sundance Square Pavilion in partnership with the Tarrant County Public Health Department and will be open between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Fridays November 12 and 19. It will be closed on November 26 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Interested individuals are not required to register in advance for the clinic and free two-and-a-half hour parking is available in Sundance Square Garage No. 3, located at 345 W. Third St.

CBSDFW.com Staff