The City of Frisco submitted an application January 4 to Texas Health & Human Services (DSHS) for additional doses to operate a vaccine clinic for the general public. If DSHS approves and provides, Frisco commits to administering 1,000 doses each day.
At this time, we do not have surplus doses for the public who may qualify for vaccination under Phase 1B (PDF). The limited number of COVID-19 vaccinations allocated to the Frisco Fire Department were designated for staff who are emergency response healthcare workers under Phase 1A (PDF) vaccine profiles. A limited number of remaining doses were administered to city employees who qualified under Phase 1B
Please check the Texas Department of State Health Services website for a list of vaccine providers. The Frisco Fire Department has set up an information-only phone line at 972-292-6306. The message will be updated as the Frisco Fire Department learns more about vaccine distribution.
Denton County establishes Vaccine Interest Portal
Denton County's Vaccine Webpage offers community members an opportunity to verify eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine under the current Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) eligibility requirements. Follow this link to find Denton County's Vaccine Interest Portal. Please note: Denton County advises your submission does not schedule you for DCPH vaccine clinic. Vaccine demand and availability will impact how long it will take for you to receive your invitation for an appointment.
Collin County sets up wait list for COVID-19 vaccine
Collin County launched a vaccine wait list on January 5, 2021, for Collin County residents who meet Texas Department of State Health Services Phase 1A and 1B categories for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The online form will take requests in the order received, let the registrant know where they are in line for the vaccine, then notify them when vaccines become available from the county’s health department and schedule appointments. Read additional details from Collin County.