Vaccine

"Party of Five" Vaccination Clinics

Groups of five or more people can now schedule a mobile Covid-19 Vaccine clinic, almost any time and any place
 by calling 844-90-TEXAS and selecting option 3.  The call center is open Monday-Saturday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

 The mobile vaccine teams are made up of members of the Texas National Guard and are coordinated by the Texas Division of the Emergency Management.

COVID Vaccine Rates in Our Region & Neighboring Communities - click here


New Guidelines from the CDC - click here


We do not have any first dose clinics planned at this time.  You do not have to be a resident of Aransas County to receive a vaccination here (when available). Nor are Aransas County residents prohibited from getting a vaccination in another city or county. The local pharmacies are now getting regular supplies.  

CVS                                         https://cvshealth.com/covid-19/vaccine-information

 

HEB                                         https://vaccine.heb.com/

 

Walgreens                              https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19

 

Walmart/Sam’s Club             https://www.walmart.com/cp/1228302

Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), and the Texas Military Department (TMD) announced the launch of the State Mobile Vaccination Team Call Center. Texas businesses or civic organizations can call 844-90-TEXAS and select Option 3 to schedule a visit from a state mobile vaccine team to vaccinate employees, visitors, or members. To qualify for a visit, a business or civic organization must have 10 or more employees, visitors, or members who voluntarily choose to be vaccinated. Homebound Texans are also encouraged to call the hotline and select Option 1 to request a state mobile vaccination team to visit their home.

Texans Vaccinated for COVID-19 Map.  Updated daily

Texas Vaccination Locations - Updated daily

Corpus Christi vaccination information

Nueces County/Borchard Fairgrounds information

Frequently Asked Questions


The Texas Department of State Health Services is responsible for the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine within the state.   Determination of the intended recipients for each phase is overseen at the state level by the Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel.  Each state makes its own decision, based on CDC recommendations, so criteria may differ from state to state.

The Texas Department of Emergency Management and Department of State Health Services have developed an interactive map (click here) that shows sites administering the vaccine.  This site is updated daily.

Click on the geographic region and a list of providers will appear.  Check the provider’s website for information about availability or call the provider if its website doesn’t answer your questions.  Please note that you are not restricted to receiving a vaccine in Aransas County.

Presently, there are no immediate plans for a walk-up or drive-through immunization program here.  When one IS scheduled, it will be publicized through local entities and the media, including social media.

We are confident that things will become more streamlined and ask you to join us in being patient.  Please stay safe and follow the proper protocols.

Center for Disease Control information on the vaccine, national rollout plans, frequently asked questions, benefits/risks, and more, click here.