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Frisco Opens Vaccine Site at Stonebriar Mall

The site is operating by appointment-only and only vaccinating those in groups 1A & 1B

The city of Frisco opened their vaccine site on Tuesday after receiving 7,800 Pfizer doses from the state.
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The city of Frisco opened their vaccine site on Tuesday after receiving 7,800 Pfizer doses from the state.

The Frisco Fire Department is running operations inside the old Sears store at Stonebriar Mall.

According to a social media post by Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, the site vaccinated 700 people on Tuesday but believes it has the capability to vaccinate more than 2,000 people a day going forward.

Unlike other hubs, Frisco does not have a waitlist.

Instead people are encouraged to visit the city's website each day to secure an appointment for the following day. Once the next day's allotments are filled, registration is closed until the following day.

No walk-ups are allowed and Frisco is currently only making appointments for those in priority groups 1A and 1B under state guidelines.

Appointments for Thursday, February 4 will open later Wednesday evening, according to the city's website.

Want to Get on a Vaccine Waitlist?

As the state begins to distribute the COVID-19 vaccines for those in Phase 1A and 1B, county health departments have begun waitlists for those wish to be inoculated.

You can now register to recieve the vaccination in Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties. Links are below:

Waitlist Links: Collin - Search Waitlist | Dallas | Denton | Tarrant

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.

Cheney said demand for the vaccine resulted in the website crashing on Monday, but the city is working with the software developer to solve the issue.

Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Data from the Texas Department of State Health Services shows where COVID-19 vaccines have been sent around the state. Click on a marker to find out information about each location. Use the "plus" and "minus" signs below to zoom in and out of the map.

From the Texas DSHS: Availability of COVID-19 vaccines lilsted on this map are based on shipping information and reporting to the DSHS directly by facilities. Please contact providers in advance to confirm vaccination location and hours, that they have vaccine on hand and that you are eligible for vaccination at that site. Not all providers are vaccinating the public or people in all priority groups. Vaccine is available at no charge, regardless of insurance status.

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