Updated Feb. 2 to include information on vaccines from CVS and UT Southwestern.
Vaccines are continuing to be shipped to providers across Texas, including in North Texas.
Here are some providers that will alert you to let you know when it's your turn to get vaccinated and if you're in groups 1A or 1B, providers may help you make an appointment to get the vaccine.
Remember, the vaccine supply is currently very limited so it may take some time until the provider is able to schedule you to receive your dose.
So far, more than 1,947,164 Texans have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the state health department. There have been 499,436 Texans fully vaccinated, as of Feb. 2.
Dallas County has created a website where residents can register and prescreen for the COVID-19 vaccine in both Phase 1A and 1B.
As of Jan. 11, the county is prioritizing the vaccines to residents who are 75 and older and to those with chronic illnesses. The vaccine mega center opened Monday at Fair Park.
Dallas County is offering vaccines to people who do not live in the county.
To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, you can visit the Dallas County Health and Human Services website here.
Tarrant County has created a website where people can find out when they’re eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Tarrant County Public Health is one of many providers who will distribute the vaccine in the county and it's setting up mega vaccine sites.
The website will help people schedule a clinic appointment. It won’t alert the person if a hospital, pharmacy or other provider has a vaccine available for the group. The alert is only for the Tarrant County Public Health.
Go here for the website and to view the five steps to get both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Tarrant County's mega-sites will also serve residents of these 10 counties: Ellis, Johnson, Hood, Somervell, Erath, Palo Pinto, Parker, Wise, Montague and Cook, said Judge Glen Whitley on Monday.
Tarrant County has also partnered with Texas Health Resources to administer the vaccine at community clinics. That partnership is for people who signed up through the Tarrant County Public Health website.
Collin County Health Care Services launched a website where residents can sign up for a vaccine waitlist if they are in groups for Phase 1A or 1B.
The online form will take requests in the order they are received. It will let residents know where they are in line for the vaccine and notify them when vaccines become available from the county's health department. It will let residents schedule an appointment.
There have been four vaccine hubs established in the county as of Jan. 22.
Two sites are operating through the county's vaccine sign up page. Those are the CCHCS clinic in McKinney (which will be moved to John Clark Stadium next week) and the McKinney ISD football stadium.
The other two locations are operated through the city of Allen, which has its site at the Allen ISD football stadium, and Baylor Scott and White Health, which has its site at the BSW facility in Frisco. Those are both by appointment only.
The county receives short notice on vaccine shipments and will post vaccine availability on its website www.collincountytx.gov.
Most private health care providers, like pharmacies, hospitals, physicians, maintain their own vaccine waitlists separate from the Collin County Health Care Services waitlist.
Denton County opened up registration for any Texas resident in 1A or 1B to register for the waitlist.
The county’s mass vaccination clinics will be drive-thru by appointment only, which will be verified through a confirmation email or text.
City of Allen - Fire Department
The City of Allen was allocated vaccines from the Collin County health department. Allen is distributing the vaccine through Allen Fire-Rescue, which is designated as a state distribution hub. Their drive-thru vaccine site is at Eagle Stadium by appointment only.
Once you sign up, you can make an appointment when you receive an email notification. Online appointments are required and no vaccines will be given without an appointment.
John Peter Smith Hospital
John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth has started administering vaccines to their patients, JPS vendors and employee family members living in the employee's household who are either at least 65 years old or are 18 years old with a chronic medical condition.
Here’s where you can sign up through MyChart or you can call 817-702-1100.
Baylor Scott & White now vaccinating people in 1A, 1B
Baylor Scott & White is vaccinating people in 1A and 1B, and the vaccines are open to all Texans.
Their digital portal, MyBSWHealth, is open to all Texans. People will be notified of vaccine appointments availability, if eligible and as supply allows. To create an account:
Vaccinations are by appointment only. You can receive vaccine updates can sign up here.
Cleburne Fire Department
Cleburne in Johnson County is administering the COVID-19 vaccine for people in groups 1A and 1B, the city said.
If you qualify, you can call 817-645-0964 to schedule an appointment from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The vaccine supply is limited and appointments will only be scheduled based on current availability.
As additional shipments of the vaccine arrive, new appointments will be scheduled, Cleburne said. Vaccinations will only be administered to those who have scheduled an appointment, no walk-ups.
The city of Garland Health Department has been selected as one of the state's vaccination hubs. The department has a vaccine registration form online.
People can also register over the phone with the City of Garland’s COVID-19 Hotline at 972-205-3900 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The initial allocation of vaccines is for Garland, Rowlett, and Sachse residents.
"We anticipate future allocations will be available for anyone who qualifies, regardless of residency," the city said.
As the state attempts to increase its capacity to provide COVID-19 vaccine, the Texas Department of State Health Services has selected the City of Garland Health Department to serve as one of several vaccination hubs in Dallas County. As a hub, Garland will receive larger shipments in the future and be able to serve more people.
The Kaufman County COVID-19 vaccine hub is now accepting registration. Vaccines are expected to arrive the week of Feb. 1 and will be available to those registered with groups 1A and 1B as soon as they are received, the county wrote on Facebook.
The goal is to provide up to 1,000 vaccines per week, expanding to 2,000 per week as more vaccines become available.
Editor's note: The registration for UT Southwestern was closed on Feb. 2 because there have been 10,000 sign-ups. There may be more vaccines allocated in the future, so the portal will open and close weekly, UT Southwestern said.
UT Southwestern announced Tuesday, Feb. 2 that it is launching a public portal to allow 10,000 eligible Texas residents to register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
As a state-designated vaccination hub, UT Southwestern plans to offer immunization appointments at three locations in Dallas:
Those currently eligible for vaccines include individuals who meet the state criteria or have a medical condition that the CDC identifies as high risk, which includes asthma, hypertension and dementia.
The portal closed Tuesday, Feb. 2, but UT Southwestern says that it will open and close weekly to reflect the amount of vaccine that is received from state and federal authorities. Check back every Monday morning and visit the website for updates.
To sign up, visit UT Southwestern's vaccine registration portal. There, individuals must create an account in MyChart and complete a short questionnaire. Then they will receive an activation code within three to four business days.
CVS Health announced on Feb. 2 that it would begin distributing COVID-19 vaccine doses at 70 pharmacies across Texas next week.
Appointment bookings will become available as early as Feb. 9 as stores get vaccine shipments, according to a news release from the company. The locations will begin to offer the vaccinations starting Feb. 11.
To register for an appointment, patients must be in either Phase 1A or 1B of Texas' vaccine plan. People who are eligible can sign up online at CVS.com, through the CVS app or by calling 800-746-7287. The locations will not provide vaccinations to walk-ins.
MidCities Pharmacy in Hurst has already administered the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and is waiting to receive more, the pharmacy’s website says.
There is no estimated time on when the pharmacy will receive more vaccines, but people can pre-register with an online form here. There are over 3,000 people already registered.
The pharmacy asks that people not call because it slows down the process.
Tom Thumb has partnered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide COVID-19 vaccines to customers.
“We expect all our pharmacies will have the COVID-19 vaccine when it is more broadly available,” the website says.
There’s a form online where people can sign up to receive updates on the COVID-19 vaccine. Go here to sign up.
Brookshire's will be providing the COVID-19 vaccine once they receive additional supplies. Right now, they are giving vaccinations to healthcare workers and people in 1B.
Brookshire's asks to not call pharmacies and check the website for the most up-to-date information.
Parkland Hospital is providing vaccines to current patients who are 1B. The hospital is also giving vaccines for some people who signed up through Dallas County Health and Human Services.
People who have no history of care with Parkland will not be qualified as a patient.
"The general public (non-Parkland patients) cannot bypass the county’s sign up process and schedule an appointment directly with Parkland," the hospital said.
Albertson's has vaccines at certain locations. You can go to the website and search for stores near you.
As more vaccines become available, more appointments will open up, Albertson's said. They ask people to not call local stores.
You can sign up for updates here.
H-E-B Pharmacy said that in the coming days, people will be able to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination through their website scheduler.
H-E-B is providing vaccines for people in Phase 1A and 1B. Go here to sign-up. Vaccine supply is limited.
H-E-B has requested more vaccines from the state of Texas. Once it's available, H-E-B will notify customers.
H-E-B Pharmacy does not accept walk-ins.
The pharmacy says, following guidance from public officials, its vaccinations are limited to individuals who are 16 years of age or older and meet state-specific eligibility criteria.
NOTE: Currently there is no guarantee as to how many appointments/doses are available and at which Walgreens pharmacy locations in Texas or the rest of the U.S. they will be administered.
If you are eligible, you can schedule your COVID vaccination at Walgreens here. (You will set up an online account and complete a short screening before being approved and given a time/day/location.)