Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccines by appointment

(February 23, 2021 - 8:30 a.m.) Updated FAQs  for City of Frisco Vaccine Center

  1. I haven’t received my email notification for the 2nd dose appointment, what should I do?  Your email will arrive the day before your appointment.  Watch out for an email from [email protected] 
  1. I don’t recall when my appointment is, can you tell me when it is?  The appointment is typically scheduled 3 weeks after the 1st appointment.  Same time.  For example, if your 1st appointment was on Wednesday, February 3 @ 2:30pm, your 2nd dose appointment will be Wednesday, February 24 @ 2:30pm.
  1. What if I haven’t received any email correspondence?  if you received your 1st dost at the Frisco site, go to the appointment and be sure to bring your photo id and vaccination card from the 1st dose.
  1. I hear you are limiting this week to second dose appointments, what if I received my first dose elsewhere and want to go to Frisco for my second dose.  Unfortunately, we only have supplies to provide 2nd doses to those who received 1st doses at the City of Frisco Stonebriar hub.   Please attend your 2nd dose appointment in the same place you received your 1st dose.
  1. Will you have any leftover doses this week?  Unfortunately, we only have supplies to provide 2nd doses to those who received 1st doses at the City of Frisco hub.  Please attend your 2nd dose appointment in the same place you received your 1st dose.  Watch the City of Frisco website and join the Focal Point email communication to stay up to date with events related to the vaccination site.
  1. Will you have 1st dose appointments next week?  We are hopeful to receive additional doses in the future. Subscribe to Focal Point and monitor communication to stay up to date with events related to the vaccination site.

  2. I need to reschedule my appointment, can I? At this time we are not rescheduling appointments. Please try to come this week during vaccination hours, 9am-6pm Tuesday-Friday. If you miss your second dose this week you will not be guaranteed a second dose in the future.

Please remember to:

  • Bring a valid photo ID along with this email -- printed or digital – which includes the barcode below and are required for admittance.  
  • Bring your CDC – COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card you were issued onsite during your first dose vaccination.
  • Wear short sleeves, with a jacket if needed.
  • There is no need to arrive early, park in the same area that you did before and tune to 107.3 FM for instructions before you leave your vehicle.

(February 19, 2021 - 4:30 p.m.) Second vaccine doses (for those who received first doses at the City of Frisco hub) will be here the week of February 22. Second dose recipients will receive another email from a new sender:  [email protected] 

***Please note:  We do not have any additional, first dose vaccines and do not know if, when the City of Frisco will receive new allocations. Vaccines are allocated by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).        

If and when that happens, the City of Frisco will use its city newsletter,  Focal Point,  to alert subscribers when online registration is available.  Again, the City of Frisco does not host its own ‘waitlist’. Instead, our city uses our newsletter / e-news subscriber platform to alert folks when vaccine may be available at the City of Frisco Vaccine Hub. Follow this link to subscribe to Focal Point 

The City of Frisco administered its entire vaccine allocation of 7,800 doses in four days, February 2 – 5.  At this time, anyone who received a ‘first dose’ at the City of Frisco hub will receive a ‘second dose’, as scheduled.  

Stay healthy and thank you for spreading kindness, not the virus.

Who is eligible for the vaccine?

Texans who may receive the COVID-19 vaccine now include those who qualify under Phase 1A (PDF) and Phase 1B (PDF).

Phase 1A includes front-line healthcare workers and residents at long-term care facilities. 

Phase 1B recipients include people who are:  

  • 65 years and older  
  • 16 years and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19, such as, but not limited to:  
    • Cancer 
    • Chronic kidney disease 
    • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) 
    • Down Syndrome 
    • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies 
    • Solid organ transplantation 
    • Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index of 30kg/m2 or higher) 
    • Pregnancy 
    • Sickle cell disease 
    • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Which vaccine is the City administering?

Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has approved 7,800 doses of the Pfizer vaccine be allotted to the city. 

Texas State Department of State Health Service COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs