Texas Counties Deliver


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(To check for vaccine availability click each of the following links and please

only register with ONE of the providers)


Medina County Health Unit -Check appointment availability for the Moderna vaccine 

Medina Regional Hospital - Check for availability

HEB - Check appointment availability

God's Country Pharmacy - Hondo -Check for availability


Week 18 - COVID-19 Vaccine Update:

Week 18 vaccine allocations for Medina County

Medina County Health Unit will receive 1000 doses of Moderna vaccine. We will be working with our local providers to share these doses and get more people vaccinated.  No other providers were allocated COVID vaccine this week. Look to http://vaccine.medinatx.org/ for online vaccine registration and links to the Health Unit, Medina Regional and other local vaccine providers.  COVID-19 Vaccine can now be offered to anyone age 16 and older and we will continue to prioritize vulnerable groups.  All COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for age 18 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people age 16 and older. 

DSHS vaccine allocation list 

Texas vaccine availability map 

Medina County COVID-19 Vaccine Data as of 4/5/2021

Total doses allocated to the county: 13,000

People vaccinated with at least one dose: 14,559

People fully vaccinated: 9,685

People 16 years of age and older: 41,263

Estimated coverage: (Percentage of people 16 years of age who are fully vaccinated) 23.47%

DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine Information: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/covidvaccine/

COVID-19 vaccine information: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/immunize/vaccine.aspx

Now that vaccine is open to all that can receive it, take the first opportunity you have to get vaccinated.  There have been many doses given and it has proven itself safe and effective. People are still getting hospitalized and are still dying of COVID so get vaccinated. Parents, if you have teenagers they can get the Pfizer vaccine at age 16 and can get Moderna and J&J at age 18.  

Reminders for those who have received their COVID-19 vaccine and for everyone, continue to wear a mask to protect yourself and others. Stay at least 6 feet apart from others that don’t live with you and avoid crowds. Wash and sanitize your hands often and properly. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces often.

DSHS website  https://www.dshs.state.tx.us/coronavirus/immunize/vaccineallocations.aspx

Covid-19 Hub Providers: https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/immunize/vaccine-hubs.aspx

Who's Eligible to Get the Vaccine Now?


As of Monday, March 29, 2021, everyone age 16 and older is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas.

The state’s Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel recommended opening vaccination to everyone who falls under the current Food and Drug Administration emergency use authorizations. All vaccines are authorized for people age 18 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people 16 and older.

How to Find Vaccine

There are multiple tools to help you find vaccine in Texas. Check these tools frequently, as more providers and pharmacies will be added to each over the coming weeks.



View an accessible alternative list of Texas vaccination providers (CSV)

Large Vaccination Hub List

Beginning in January, Texas established large vaccination sites or hubs around the state. Check the COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Providers page to find a hub near you and learn how to register.

Retail Pharmacies List

Check your local pharmacy’s website to see if vaccine appointments are available. To find out which pharmacies are participating in the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program visit CDC’s Federal Retail Pharmacy Program website.

Texas Public Health Vaccine Scheduler

The new Texas Vaccine Scheduler helps Texans get scheduled for a COVID-19 vaccine at clinics hosted by participating Texas public health entities.

Register online at GetTheVaccine.dshs.texas.gov. You will be notified by email or text when and where to get the vaccine. If there’s not an available clinic near you, you will be directed to other places to get your vaccine.

Call (833) 832-7067 if you don’t have internet or need help signing up. Call center support is available 7am-7pm, 7 days a week.

Spanish language and other translators are available to help callers.

Tips for Your Vaccine Search

When searching for a vaccination site, remember:

  • While vaccine supply and distribution are expanding, not all local providers have vaccine each week and hubs may have waiting lists.
  • Do not show up at a hub or provider looking for a vaccine.
  • Instead, check the provider’s website. Call only if the website doesn’t answer your questions.

Do you know someone who is eligible for a vaccine but doesn’t have internet access? Please let them know they can call (833) 832-7067 for referral to a local vaccine provider.