Jo Ann Graham and Clint Ishmael

Cleburne Fire Marshal Clint Ishmael, right, administer a COVID-19 vaccine to Jo Ann Graham of Cleburne on Tuesday at the vaccination hub run by the Cleburne Fire Department at the Cleburne Conference Center.

Johnson County Emergency Management Director Jamie Moore announced that this is the last week for first shots for free COVID-19 vaccines at Cleburne’s vaccination hub. 

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After Friday, the hub will administrator second doses only and will close permanently after three weeks.

“Demand has significantly dropped off,” Moore said. “Last week they opened registration on Monday and it pretty much just stayed open all week.”

To date, 16,687 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Johnson County, according to state numbers.

As of now, however, only 36 active cases are recorded in the county, Moore said.

Texas Health Harris Methodist Cleburne Hospital saw no new COVID-19 cases last week, Moore added.

“That’s the first week that’s happened,” Moore said. “So that’s good news. Across the whole Texas Health Resources network there are only around 20 people hospitalized with COVID-19 right now.”

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