Brazos County Health District COVID-19 Vaccine Information
The health district is currently offering the COVID vaccine to anyone 12 and over. We can also provide second doses to anyone regardless of where the first dose was received. Call 979-361-4440 to find out what vaccine brand we have in stock.
You can walk in during the following hours:
8:30 am-11:30 am
1:30 pm-4:30 pm
Vaccine Fact Sheets
Vaccine Paperwork & Consent Form (Complete and bring to your appointment)
ImmTrac Consent Form (Complete and bring to your appointment)
V-Safe Information (After Vaccination Health Checker Tool)
The Disability Information and Access Line
Because of the elevated risk of serious illness and death due to COVID-19, vaccination is critically important for people with disabilities. However, we know that many face significant barriers to getting vaccinated. The Administration for Community Living (ACL) has launched DIAL, the Disability Information and Access Line, to support the needs of people with disabilities seeking information and access to the COVID-19 vaccine in their communities. DIAL will connect people with disabilities to local resources that can provide information and assistance in obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, DIAL can connect callers to information and services that promote independent living, including inquiries related to food, housing, transportation, and a need for advocacy or peer counseling that may arise due to COVID-19.
Phone number: 888-677-1199
Brazos County Community COVID-19 Vaccination Hub
The Brazos County Community COVID-19 Vaccination Hub is no longer offering first-dose COVID vaccines. Visit www.brazoshub.com for more information about second doses.
Other Local Vaccine Providers Information
- Texas Division of Emergency Management Vaccine Locator
- Baylor Scott & White
Additional Vaccine Information
Thank you for your interest in the COVID-19 vaccine. For additional information about the vaccine, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food & Drug Administration website.
People who Received the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine
- Reports of blood clots are extremely rare.
- The blood clots seem to occur 1 – 2 weeks after vaccination.
- People experiencing severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath should seek medical care.
- People who are currently scheduled to get vaccinated with Pfizer and Moderna vaccines should keep their appointments and move forward with vaccination.
- FAQs on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine