As mentioned previously, Texas Department of Vaccine Services will begin allocating vaccine to providers who can vaccinate at least 100,000 people.
Here is the map of vaccine providers:
Locally, the City of San Antonio will turn the Alamodome into a vaccination clinic. They will receive 9,000 doses of vaccine next week. They will begin taking registration THIS MORNING AT 0900.
Go to this website at that time: covid19.sanantonio.gov/vaccine
or call 311 and press option 8.
Other possible sources are going to be:
University Health System has filled their appointments, but will be receiving more. You can check out their website wecandoitsa.com
or call 210-644-1960 for more information.
Christus Santa Rosa Health System. christushealth.org
Select the online chat function to be screened for eligibility.
Methodist Healthcare System. When they finish vaccinating healthcare workers in 1a will move on to 1b. http://exne.ws/sahealth
for more information.
All of the major pharmacies will be rolling out vaccination for patients in 1b. I know that Central Market will begin scheduling on Monday. 210-824-0515.
While the general public will probably not receive vaccine until the spring,
at the end of the day, literally, any provider with extra doses can administer them to any willing person regardless of their priority designation so vaccine won’t be wasted.
If you have an elderly friend or relative, please help them schedule their vaccination as this may be too difficult for them to navigate on their own.