Texans fully vaccinated that is 12 and older is now 55% according to the Texas DSHS, That’s below the national average of 60%. However, many doctors report that some of their patients are still reluctant to get the shot. Dr. Mark Casanova with the Dallas County Medical Society says many of those holding out are doing so due to misinformation. He says it’s essential for physicians to listen to patient’s concerns and not shame or browbeat anyone. Casanova says some choose to get the vaccine now because they see what the Delta Variant is doing to the unvaccinated.