BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — If you want a detailed guide to everything you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine, we've got a link to that article below. Here is a simple place where you can find how to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine in the Brazos Valley.
By clicking the link above, you can register for a first-time dose. As of March 8, 2021, the Brazos County COVID-19 Vaccine HUB has stopped using their waiting list. You can now register if you meet the current criteria for getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Second-time doses will still be done through email, and NOT the website above.
At this time, these are the only COVID-19 vaccine HUBS or subHUBS within the Brazos Valley. There are other counties in Texas that you can sign up with to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Click the link below to go to a list of HUBS with each county's information on where to sign up:
The Brazos County Vaccine HUB has gotten its first 5,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and will begin vaccinations on Monday, February 1. These vaccinations will be for those who qualify for 1A or 1B categories. If you need to know what category you are in, click here.
In order to get the COVID-19 vaccine, you must register for it by clicking on the link above. The vaccination HUB is for those who registered for an appointment ONLY. Walk-ins will be turned away. If you don't qualify for the 1A or 1B categories, fill out the registration form and you will be put on the waitlist. Once the HUB has enough vaccines to get to you, they will contact you through email to set up an appointment.
The Brazos County Health District said the vaccine HUB will get about 5,000 doses of the vaccine a week and they hope to vaccinate about 1,000 people every day.