Texas COVID-19 vaccine distribution, simply explained. Be sure to follow our links to the Texas Department of State Health Services for the full, up-to-date story!

As of January 5, 2021, Texas is vaccinating at this stage:

There is a limited supply, presently

  • 1A: Direct Care-Hospital, Long-Term Care, EMS 9-1-1, Home Health, Outpatient, ER/Urgent Care, Pharmacies, Last Responders, School Nurses
  • 1A: Long-Term Care – Residents of Long-Term Care Facilities
  • 1B: Persons 65+ or 16+ with at least one chronic medical condition, including pregnancy

For more complete information, see Texas Department of State Health Services

“All providers that have received COVID-19 vaccine must immediately vaccinate

  • healthcare workers
  • Texans over the age of 65
  • people with medical conditions that put them at a greater risk of severe disease or death from COVID-19.
  • No vaccine should be kept in reserve.”

– DSHS Commissioner John Hellerstedt, M.D.

Texas COVID-19 vaccine in a nutshell

1. Safety is a top priority

2. The vaccines are highly effective. You’ll likely need two doses for full protection.

3. You cannot get COVID-19 from the vaccine.

4. Texas is already distributing vaccine and will continue as more becomes available.

Texas COVID-19 vaccine

Texas Vaccine Allocation Guiding Principles

Each state is managing its own vaccine distribution program. If you are not in Texas, search out your own state’s information. Texas COVID-19 vaccine distribution is still in the first phases.

Simple vaccine explanation | Covid-19 vaccination

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