Do I have to get my vaccination in the city or county where I live?

You do not have to get your vaccination in the city/county where you reside. State distribution hubs, including Allen Fire Department, are required to serve all Texans regardless of their place of residency.

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1. Why is Allen Fire Department not using the County's wait list to administer vaccines?
2. Who qualifies to get a vaccine?
3. How do I make a vaccine appointment through Allen Fire Department?
4. Why require a reservation/ticket?
5. Are there any special circumstances that would allow an individual to request an appointment without going through the notification and online scheduling system?
6. I just received an appointment alert. Why am I having trouble getting an appointment?
7. Can you provide more advance notice on COVID vaccine availability?
8. Are there other distribution sites in Allen or nearby?
9. What should I expect on the day of my appointment?
10. Do I have to get my vaccination in the city or county where I live?
11. If I received my first shot from AFD, what is the process for receiving the second dose?
12. I received my first vaccination at a different location. Can I receive my second dose from Allen Fire Department?
13. How many vaccines has AFD distributed so far?
14. What information is available about COVID-19 vaccines?
15. How soon can I receive my second shot?