Students of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s School of Music on Thursday worked alongside those of the School of Medicine to provide healing for the community in harmony, using the instruments they know how to use best.

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A medical student listens to the UTRGV’s school of music students play their cellos during a COVID-19 vaccination event at the school of medicine on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg, Texas. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)
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Robert Zuniga a UTRGV music student, waits his turn to play his cello during a COVID-19 vaccination event at the medical school on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg, Texas. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)
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UTRGV’s medical students help during a COVID-19 vaccination event at the medical school on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg, Texas. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)
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UTRGV’s Robert Zuniga, from Alamo, plays ‘Love Me Tender’ by Elvis Presley during a COVID-19 vaccination event at the medical school on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg, Texas. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)
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UTRGV’s medical students are serenaded with music during a COVID-19 vaccine event at the medical school on campus on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg, Texas. (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)
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Kimberly Reyes,22, a music student waits her turn to perform her music during a COVID-19 vaccination event at UTRGV’s medical school on Thursday, April,8,2021 in Edinburg (Delcia Lopez/The Monitor | dlopez@themonitor.com)