Wednesday, Dallas County is set to reach a major milestone in the battle against COVID-19.
The Fair Park vaccine location will administer its 250,000th vaccine as more doses arrive and more people are made eligible.
A special ceremony is planned for 1 p.m. to commemorate the milestone.
It has been a busy week across North Texas since the state expanded COVID-19 vaccine registration to include any Texan over the age of 16.
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On Tuesday, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said the Fair Park vaccination clinic will now accept walk-ins for anyone 75 years old and above, with no appointment required with documentation that shows age eligibility. However, Jenkins urged people to register in advance online.
In Denton County, 50,000 people have registered for the vaccine since the change in eligibility.
Tarrant County has seen a one-third increase since last week when it was announced the eligibility would expand.
Want to Get on a Vaccine Waitlist?
County health departments have launched waitlists for adults 16 years old and over.
You can register to recieve the vaccination in Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties. Links are below:
You do not need to be a resident of the county to register for a COVID-19 vaccine in that county -- registration is open to anyone in Texas. For those without internet access, Tarrant County is also taking registrations by phone at 817-248-6299. In Dallas County, call the DCHHS vaccine hotline at 1-855-IMMUNE9 (1-855-466-8639). In Denton County, call 940-349-2585.
For a more detailed breakdown of who is included in each priority group in Texas, see this page from the Texas DSHS.