COVID-19 Vaccine Information

EMS ISD Health Services

Who is Able to be Vaccinated at This Time?

Everyone 5 years of age and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas.

Tarrant County Public Health Vaccine Clinics

Walk-ins are now welcome at all TCPH sites or register for your COVID-19 vaccine by location. Pick the location that is most convenient and register. Registering in advance moves the on-site process along much faster.

Minors must have an ID that shows their date of birth, such as birth certificate or shot card. Parents must have an ID to show their relationship to the child.

Here is the link to locate and register at a clinic near you: TCPH COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

Federal Retail Pharmacy Program

The Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination is a program to expand access to COVID-19 vaccines.

Participating Pharmacies in Texas:




Good Neighbor Pharmacy

For more information please visit the CDC website: Understanding the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination

Vaccine Appointments Available at Local Walmart Pharmacies

To schedule a vaccine appointment with a local Walmart pharmacy call 1-833-886-0023 or visit

On the day of your appointment, please bring your ID, proof of vaccine eligibility if applicable, and insurance card if you have one.

Find COVID-19 Vaccines at a Location Near You

Vaccine Finder helps you find clinics, pharmacies, and other locations that offer COVID-19 vaccines near you. For more information please visit the website:

Perrone Pharmacy COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Perrone Pharmacy has partnered with EMS ISD to provide several in district vaccine clinics. If you have not been able to attend one of the clinics Perrone also provides vaccinations at the pharmacy. For adults Perrone Pharmacy accepts walk -ins, but for individuals under 12 an appointment must be made. For more information regarding location, hours of operation, and appointments please visit the Perrone Pharmacy COVID - 19 Vaccination Information page.

Preparing for Your COVID-19 Vaccine

The CDC does not recommend pre-medicating with over the counter medications (such as ibuprofen, aspirin, acetaminophen, antihistamines) before getting your COVID-19 vaccine to alleviate symptoms related to side effects. It is ok to take regularly scheduled medication. It is ok to take these medications after you receive your vaccine if you develop side effects. For more information please visit the CDC website: Preparing for Your COVID-19 Vaccination

If you have questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine please reach out to your health care provider.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID - 19 Booster

The CDC recommends that everyone who is eligible get a COVID 19 booster shot. For more information regarding who is eligible for booster shots please visit the CDC: COVID 19 Vaccine Booster Shots information page.

What Does it Mean to be Fully Vaccinated?

You are fully vaccinated when it has been two weeks since your 2nd dose of Pfizer or Moderna, or two weeks after a single dose of Johnson and Johnson. For more information please visit the CDC website: When You've Been Fully Vaccinated

COVID-19 Vaccine Videos

Here are two videos that I found interesting that talk about how the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are different than previous vaccines.
COVID-19 Vaccine: mRNA and Why It Matters
Coronavirus Vaccines - An Introduction