Texas Counties Deliver

Covid-19 Response

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The Vaccine Allocation Plan is determined by the State of Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Groups have been established based on priority measures. You can visit the DSHS website to learn more about the different priority groups and learn whether you are currently eligible for the vaccine. Eligible recipients who have pre-registered will be notified via phone or email.

  • No, there are no residency requirements to receive the vaccine.

  • Vaccines are distributed on a first come-first serve basis. Please be sure to check www.co.caldwell.tx.us to see the latest information regarding vaccine availability. This site is updated in real time. The call center would be able to assist  you with signing up to get on the list or answer question over

  • You do not have to. However, the location where you receive your first dose will be shipped your second dose, so for ease of vaccine distribution it is best for you to return to the same location.

  • People who fall into the categories of 1A, 1B, and 1C  per the state's allocations guidelines are currently eligible to receive the vaccine. These groups include front-line health care workers, people over the age of 65, and people over the age of 16 with certain pre-existing conditions. As set out by DSHS

  • The vaccine is provided at no cost to the recipient.
  • Caldwell County will be partnering with CARTS to provide free transportation to those who need it. Residents can call (512)-000-0000 to schedule pick up and drop off, or they can schedule online at ...

  • The process will be similar, the paperwork will be the same, the difference will be if this is your second dose and you brought your card, the process will be quicker than if you didn't. If you didn't bring your card, our team will have access to ImmTrac2 and be able to look up your information.

  • Caldwell County is currently running pre-registration sign-up using Sign Up Genius. The link to register is located on the Caldwell County website. Each person registering will need to use their own email address. Due to HIPPA restrictions, there is no sharing email addresses for registration. If you do not have internet access or an email address, contact the Covid-19 Hotline (512)-359-4637. Immunizations will take place BASED ON AVAILABILITY. Vaccines are provided to citizens based on State-mandated eligibility rules. Eligible citizens who register will be contacted when vaccines are available.

  • No. We are asking you to be honest. If you aren't over 65 or don't have a chronic health condition, please save a dose of vaccine for someone who is. 71% of the deaths in Texas are in people 65 and older - we need to protect this group!

  • If vaccines are unavailable then first doses will not be available, however if your first dose was administered through the County the second dose will automatically be sent and will be available to you.

  • Yes, refer to your vaccination card so you know when you are eligible for your second dose, at least 28 days from the first dose. No sooner.