Southeast Texas Hospitals Asking Citizens For Help

The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Southeast Texas has increased significantly in the past 5 days for all our hospitals. We are deeply concerned. Our teams are rising to this challenge with incredible compassion and professionalism. Everything is being done to ensure the best possible coordination and care for our patients; however, we need your help.

We are asking everyone to limit their risk of exposure and help protect those around them.  We need our community to demonstrate its resolve by taking action to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and this current surge in ourhospitals. Please do not gather in large groups. 

Remember, vaccination remains the best means of protection against this virus. We urge anyone not vaccinated to schedule an appointment for a vaccination immediately.The science and data are abundantly clear: COVID-19 vaccines are safe and highly effective at preventing illness, hospitalization, and death. Some stark data to consider for those who are fully vaccinated1

  • You are 82% less likely to contract the lethal delta variant2
  • You are 92% less likely to be hospitalized3
  • You are 99% less likely to die4

Itisproven, thatwhenpeoplewearafacemaskinpublic, get vaccinated, maintainatleastsixfeetfromothers,andpractice frequent hand hygiene, it reduces the spread of the virus. We stand in a unified message to implore the people of Jefferson and the surrounding countiestodothesefoursimplethingstohelpussavelives.

Thank you for your support.

Josh Snow – President: Medical Center of Southeast Texas

Justin Doss – CEO: Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas

Paul Trevino- President and CEO: CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Health System

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