TOTAL DOSES ADMINISTERED
Totals as of 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, Apr. 14
Finding vaccination appointments
Allen Fire Department will end operations of its COVID-19 vaccine distribution hub by May 7 after vaccinating approximately 50,000 people and administering 100,000 shots. Though Allen Fire Department will not offer additional first-shot vaccine appointments, Collin County has additional hubs and other providers offering vaccinations by appointment only. Increasingly, vaccines are also available at local pharmacies, hospitals, and county health departments. View list of local distribution sites.
Beginning March 29, any individual over the age of 16 is eligible to make a vaccine appointment in Texas; however, please note that not all vaccines are approved for all age groups.
- Pfizer: Approved for ages 16+
- Moderna: Approved for ages 18+
- Johnson & Johnson: Approved for ages 18+
AFD Vaccination Hub
Final, first-dose vaccine appointments through AFD are scheduled for the week of April 9. Second doses will be administered the following month to ensure every person who received a first dose through AFD is offered an appointment for their second shot. AFD hub operations will end May 7 as announced on March 26.
VIDEO: COVID-19 Vaccination Process
- How do I make a vaccine appointment through Allen Fire Department?
- If I received my first shot from AFD, what is the process for receiving the second dose?
- I just received an appointment alert. Why am I having trouble getting an appointment?
- Why require a reservation/ticket?
- What should I expect on the day of my appointment?
- I received my first vaccination at a different location. Can I receive my second dose from Allen Fire Department?