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Harris County Public Health Expands Vaccine Registration Process

HOUSTON – Starting on Tuesday, January 26th, Harris County Public Health (HCPH) will launch anew COVID-19 Vaccination Portal for residents who meet the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) criteria for receiving a vaccine.

The portal will allow individuals to be placed on a waitlist and contacted once vaccines and appointments are available. The waitlist will be available via the vaccine information link on ReadyHarris.org and https://vacstrac.hctx.net starting no later than Tuesday afternoon.

Eligible residents without internet access can also call (832) 927-8787 once the portal is live to be placed on the waitlist.

Once individuals are selected to receive a vaccine, they will be provided a link with instructions on how to select a location and time to get vaccinated at a HCPH site. 

The launch of this new portal and waitlist expands the previous process by allowing eligible residents to sign up for vaccines on their own directly. 

More information about COVID-19 vaccines is available at www.hcphtx.org or www.ReadyHarris.org.


Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo | Newsroom

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