COVID-19 Booster Shot Information

Updates for patient COVID vaccines

Updated : Jan 26 2021
  1. Dallas County is offering COVID vaccine to elderly and patients with chronic conditions at Fair Park. Link to register is here.
    1. You DO NOT have to be a Dallas County resident to register
    2. Once you register, Dallas County will give the patient a call to create an appointment.
    3. Patients can show up at Fair Park as a walk-in for the vaccine. Doing so does NOT guarantee a shot and there is a long wait-time (i.e. as long as 6 hours)
  2. Denton County is offering COVID vaccine to elderly and patients with chronic conditions via appointment at a Drive Thru location. Link to register is here.
    1. You DO NOT have to be a Denton County resident to register
    2. Once you register, Denton County will give the patient a call to create an appointment.
  3. Tarrant County is offering COVID vaccine to elderly and patients with chronic conditions via appointment. There are multiple locations. Link is here.
    1. You must live in one of these Counties: Ellis, Johnson, Hood, Somervell, Erath, Palo Pinto, Parker, Wise, Montague and Cook
  4. UTSW is offering the vaccine to its patients. 
    1. Patient must have seen a UTSW provider in the past three years
    2. Patient can create an appointment by logging into MyChart (UTSW Patient Portal). Link for MyChart is here.

 

Vaccine Rollout Information

Updated : Dec 31 2020

 

A Message to our Patients regarding Coronavirus 

March 20, 2020

An Message to our Patients regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine

Jan 26 2021

Informational Links


Use the following links to keep up to date on the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Coronavirus.gov

CoronaVirusNow.com

Texas Coronavirus Map

Texas Health and Human Services - General Information

Dallas City Hall - Local Information

Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Interactive Map

CDC.gov - About Coronavirus

CDC.gov - Situation Summary

World Health Organization - Busted Myths about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

 

Apps


iPhone App - Covid-19 Screening Tool  (web version here)

 

CDC Videos