Thursday, September 23, 2021

Tarrant County Registering Individuals for COVID-19 Vaccine

Are you interested in getting the COVID-19 Vaccine? Tarrant County is registering all individuals who live and work in Tarrant county for the vaccine.  Currently, only Phases 1A (frontline healthcare workers) and 1B (age 65 and older or a qualifying medical condition) are eligible at this time, however, Tarrant County Public Health is planning for future roll-out of the vaccine and wants to ensure that future allocations are available for the community as a whole.

All individuals are required to pre-register for an appointment to be vaccinated through Tarrant County. The registration process will ask you questions regarding your health and demographics.  Once you meet the eligibility requirements provided by the State, you will receive an email, text, or phone call regarding your scheduled appointment date, time, and location.

As you may have seen in recent news, the City of Southlake is partnering with Tarrant County and other entities for a vaccination clinic at the Hurst Conference Center. This new location will allow the County to provide more vaccinations in the coming weeks, with a location more available for NE Tarrant County residents. You MUST be registered with Tarrant County Public Health in order to receive a vaccination at the Hurst site.

To register, you will go through Tarrant County by visiting tarrantcounty.com/covid vaccine, and Tarrant County will follow up with instructions and your assigned location. If you need additional assistance, please call 817-248-6299.

For more information, visit the Tarrant County COVID-19 Vaccine Information website.