The coronavirus vaccine rollout continues, with more vaccines arriving at hospitals and other locations across Texas. The Texas Medical Association’s COVID-19 task force says the goal is to get 1.4 million doses of the vaccine to the state by the end of the year. Those will be distributed first to health care workers, first responders, and high-risk individuals. But it’s not clear when the vaccine will become more widely available. Health officials say the vaccine is something to celebrate, but it doesn’t mean the end of masks and social distancing. Even people who get vaccinated will need to continue following CDC guidelines. Texas reported 19,502 new COVID cases and 214 COVID deaths.