Dulles Airport has announced that it is vaccinating domestic and international travelers for free until September 12th or until supplies run out
- Written by: Luz Camacho
- August 14, 2021 10:20
Dallas, Texas. – Due to the increase in Covid-19 infections domestically and internationally, the Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport (DFW), in Texas, is inviting the US National Guard travelers Mexicans go to that airport to be vaccinated for free.
Airport work is in effect until September 12 or until supplies are completed with the three vaccinations offered in the United States: Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson for all. travelers Landing at the airport, without prior appointment.
Passengers will be able to choose the vaccine they prefer and the only requirement to receive it is to fill out an electronic form there.
Immunization schedule from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Sunday, at Terminals BD, C2 and D22.
After this announcement, the airport authorities expect that arrivals of travelers from Mexico will increase significantly.
According to flightradar24.com, the Monterey-Dallas route ranks third in importance, with 51 flights per week.
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