Registering for COVID-19 Vaccinations Through County Health Departments
The City of Carrollton resides in three Counties: Collin, Dallas, and Denton. COVID-19 vaccine distribution is managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services in conjunction with Collin, Dallas, and Denton County health authorities.
- Phase 1A - Front-line healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities.
- Phase 1B - People ages 65 and older, and those 16 years and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at higher risk of severe disease or death from COVID-19, including pregnancy.
|All North Texas residents can sign up for some waitlists now; however, only those in categories 1A and 1B are currently eligible to be vaccinated per the Texas Department of State Health Services rules.
Those who are not eligible now can still sign up on the Dallas and Tarrant County waitlists and will be contacted when distribution moves to their category. Denton and Collin Counties are only accepting waitlist signups for those people who are in categories 1A and 1B .
Vaccine registration signup is available:
All of North Texas can now sign up with any County health department accepting signups to be placed on a waitlist for a COVID-19 vaccine up if the County signup process allows it. You do not have to live in that County, as the State is providing vaccines to County health departments with the understanding that they will serve any Texas citizen, regardless of where they live.
Carrollton residents should sign up on multiple County waitlists to ensure an appointment as soon as possible.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution is managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services in conjunction with County health authorities. The City of Carrollton resides in three Counties: Collin, Dallas, and Denton.
For the latest information on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in each County, visit:
The State of Texas continues to receive an extremely limited supply of doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines and is distributing statewide to hospitals, pharmacies, local health departments, freestanding ERs, and other clinics.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution is managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services in conjunction with County health authorities.
At this time, there are two categories of people who are eligible to receive the vaccine depending on availability:
The Texas Department of State Health Services estimates the vaccine could be available to the general public by this spring, but that may change depending on vaccine production.
For more details, including a vaccine provider location map, click here.
- The COVID-19 vaccine supply is still limited. Vaccine distribution is based on availability and eligibility.
- Texans wanting a vaccine should not visit a hospital or other vaccine provider searching for the vaccine.
- Visit the hospital’s or other vaccine provider’s website to see when the vaccine may be available. If the information cannot be located online, call ahead.
For frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.