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REGISTRATION BY LOCATION

 

Travis County

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Austin Public Health

Languages include: Spanish, English, Korean,Vietnamese, Chinese, Burmese, Urdu, Pashto, Arabic

You must create an account and preregister before scheduling an apointment

 

You will need a separate email address for each person seeking a test or vaccine, including children. [[?need to be a real email?]]

Click here to register in English

Haga clic aquí para registrarse en español

UT Health Austin

Click here to link to UT Health Austin

Austin Public Health

Languages include: Spanish, English, Korean,Vietnamese, Chinese, Burmese, Urdu, Pashto, Arabic

You must create an account and preregister before scheduling an apointment

 

You will need a separate email address for each person seeking a test or vaccine, including children. [[?need to be a real email?]]

Click here to register in English

Haga clic aquí para registrarse en español

UT Health Austin

Click here to link to UT Health Austin

 

Austin Public Health

Languages include: Spanish, English, Korean,Vietnamese, Chinese, Burmese, Urdu, Pashto, Arabic

No documentation, insurance,  or social security number required

You must create an account and preregister before scheduling an apointment. Walk in appointments will also be announced

 

You will need a separate email address for each person seeking a test or vaccine.

Click here to register in English

Haga clic aquí para registrarse en español

UT Health Austin

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Ascension Health

Baylor Scott and White

 
 
 
 

Bastrop County

Press Release of January 19, 2021

Folks who live in Bastrop County, and adjoining rural Texas counties, may now pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccination at a site provided by Bastrop County Cares. In the registration survey, you will answer some simple questions and give your contact information. You will be placed on a waiting list and called to set up an appointment as vaccine arrives. It is preferred that you register online at https://COVAC.info. If you do not have access to a computer or smart phone or tablet, you may call 866-268-2289 and leave a message with a contact number and a Bastrop County Cares volunteer will return your call to get your information. Everyone who pre- registers will be contacted for an appointment when vaccine is available.

Dr. Desmar Walkes, our Bastrop County Local Health Authority, has been designated by the Department of State Health Services as a HUB for distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination. This means that the vaccine will be available to our residents, those in the adjoining counties of Lee, Fayette and Caldwell, and other rural counties in greater quantities. The pre-registration process will put you on a call list so that when vaccine is available to your group, you will be contacted for an appointment.

It is our primary objective to get everyone in Bastrop County, and other rural Central Texas counties, registered for the vaccine as soon as possible and to get vaccines administered to all our citizens within 90 days. We believe this is the quickest way to stop the pandemic locally and to save lives and the suffering of those who contract the virus. As of today, we have been given 1,000 doses of the vaccine to be distributed in a Point of Distribution (POD) Clinic later this week. Dr. Walkes has requested 10,000 doses to be made available as soon as possible, for larger POD clinics. So far, over 6,000 folks have pre-registered through COVAC.info.

Please remember that it takes two doses to be fully vaccinated. We ask each registrant to be aware of this requirement and commit to taking the second dose within the time designated (generally 3 or 4 weeks).

“This pre-registration is a positive step in getting the COVID-19 vaccine to everyone in Bastrop County as soon as it is available,” said Judge Paul Pape. “We are fortunate to be named a distribution HUB for the vaccines and want to be ready when supplies are available. My special thanks to Dr. Desmar Walkes, our Local Health Authority, and to Debbie Bresette, head of Bastrop County Cares, for their vision, leadership and work to get the HUB designation and this registration process in place for our region. Please pre-register today and you will be contacted you when it is your turn.”

The county pre-registration opportunity is not exclusive. Everyone should take advantage of every opportunity to get the vaccine as soon as possible. You may also want to register with your Primary Care Physician, if they are a vaccine provider, and with local pharmacies and others providers, in addition to COVAC.info. The objective is to get the vaccine to every citizen in Bastrop County and other counties as soon as possible.

Search All Texas Providers

If you can drive to get a vaccine, you can check the map find a provider near you that has a dose available. The map includes all providers, including drug stores and hospitals. Look on the Texas Health and Human Services site (next column) for the provider website and register

Click here for map

Texas Health and Human Services Vaccine 

Click for Appointment Finder

  • A 5-minute questionnaire puts you on a waitlist; allows you to pick an appointment time

  • Afternoon appointments are easier to get

  • Scroll down on the first page for more information on provider websites, amount of vaccine, and telephone numbers