Mark and Cary Deuber from RHOD have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and a lot of people are wondering why they got the vaccine so early.
Fans of The Real Housewives of Dallas would like to know why plastic surgeon Mark Deuber and his wife Cary Deuber were able to get the COVID-19 vaccine so early.
Fans enjoyed watching the Yogi as she journeyed through marriage and motherhood. Bravo fans will recall that Cary was best known on the show for how she fell in love with her husband Mark since it was a bit of a scandal. The RHOD star opened up to her costars about how their romance started in the workplace while he was married to another woman. Cary was his operating assistant and a registered nurse. The couple wed not long after his divorce was finalized. The couple has always maintained that they did not cheat and have made quite a life for themselves.
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Cary took to her Cary Deuber Instagram to share the good news that she and her husband were vaccinated for the virus. The couple posed together inside their family kitchen, sporting stickers that read, “I did my part.” While many RHOD followers shared their support, some wondered what qualified them to be at the front of the line. The mother of one’s post read, “We are vaccinated! 💉 Mark and I got the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine yesterday, we’re talking side effects and sharing all the info we have in my story! Come ask your questions 💃🏼.” Check out Cary Deuber’s post below:
Back in December, the State of Texas announced that 110 medical facilities were slated to receive the first dose of the valuable vaccine. Supplies are limited and the public won’t be able to receive the jab for a few months. Larger hospitals received shipments of the vaccine but smaller hospitals were left out of the mix. Texas has put hospital-based workers who have direct contact with patients in tier one for the vaccine, along with nursing home staff, emergency medical services providers, and home health aides. State representatives revealed that if there was enough of the vaccine to go around, second-tier health care workers would be eligible, including those who interact with patients in outpatient settings. Examples of outpatient settings include doctors’ offices, freestanding emergency rooms, pharmacies, school health clinics, and public health areas.
It is unsure what qualified the couple to be able to get their shot, but many hospitals are still scheduling elective surgeries during the pandemic. Another possibility is that the couple has offered their services to help give the shot to others. They may also have opened their practice as a testing site. Whatever the reason, The Real Housewives of Dallas stars are making it their duty to educate everyone on the importance of getting vaccinated.
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Source: Cary Deuber/Instagram
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