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Brazos Valley COVID-19 Vaccine Information Hub


From the Texas Tribune:

Everyone age 16 and older, regardless of occupation or health status, will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Texas starting March 29, state health officials said Tuesday.

The Texas Department of State Health Services is still asking providers to prioritize appointments for people who are 80 and older, and to prioritize walk-ins from anyone in that age group who shows up without an appointment. The vaccines are not limited to Texas residents, and citizenship is not a requirement for the vaccine.

“We are closing in on 10 million doses administered in Texas, and we want to keep up the momentum as the vaccine supply increases,” said Imelda Garcia, DSHS associate commissioner for laboratory and infectious disease services and the chair of the state's Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel.

To read more of the news article, click here.

As efforts are being made to administer more vaccines to our region, many of our regional vaccine distributers are in need of volunteers. Below are informational resources and ways that you can help today! This list also includes information from various agencies regarding how to sign up to receive the vaccine and more information on vaccine availability by county. This resource will be updated as we get more information from across the Brazos Valley region.

Statewide Information:

Texas DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine Information:
Texas DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine Hub Provider List:
COVID-19 Vaccination in Texas:
CDC Resources in Languages Other Than English:

Vaccine Availability:

CVS Availability:
Walgreens Availability:
Walmart Availability:
Sam's Club Availability:
HEB Pharmacy Availability:
Brookshire Brothers:
Kroger Availability:

Physician Center Hospital:
St. Joseph/Brazos Center Vaccine Information:
Baylor Scott & White Availability:

Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Availability:

Brazos County:

Vaccination Information

Brazos County Community COVID-19 Vaccination Hub: 

Beginning Monday, Febuary 1st, BTD will be offering FREE rides to COVID-19 vaccination appointments.  Please call 979-778-0607 or 800-272-0039 for more information or click links below.

Volunteer Information
Brazos Vaccine Hub Volunteer Sign-Up:
Brazos Vaccine Hub Article (KBTX Article):
St. Joseph Health Requesting Retired Health Care Professionals to Assist in Vaccination (KBTX Article):

Other Sources of Information
Texas A&M COVID-19 Campus Messages:

Burleson County:

Vaccine Information
Burleson County Vaccine Sub hub site:

Other Sources of Information
City of Brenham Vaccine Updates:

Grimes County:

Vaccine Information
Grimes County Vaccine Sub hub site:

Other Sources of Information
Grimes County COVID-19 Updates:

Leon County: 

Volunteer Information

Leon County Vaccination HUB Volunteer Survey:

Vaccine Information

Leon County Health Department:

Madison County:

Vaccines in Madison County are being given through local pharmacies, CHI St. Joseph Madisonville, and Healthpoint. Madison County residents can also receive vaccines at the Washington County sub hub and the Brazos Valley Vaccine Hub.

Volunteer Information
Citizens can sign-up at the Brazos Hub:

Robertson County:

Vaccines in Robertson County are being given through local pharmacies and clinics. Robertson County residents can also receive vaccines at sub hubs in surrounding counties and through the large Brazos Valley Vaccine Hub in Bryan, TX. 

Washington County:

Volunteer Information
Washington County/Faith Mission Volunteer Call Center

Vaccine Information
Washington County Vaccine Sub hub site
Washington County Initial Vaccine Sign-Up:

Other Sources of Information
Washington County EMS site



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