Facebook        Twitter        Instagram


Most definitely!

Houston Alert Vaccine Signup

Did you know?

🎉Teachers, School Administrators, Employees, and Childcare Workers now have priority status, regardless of age or preexisting conditions!

From the White House Briefing:

“We want every educator, school staff member, childcare worker to receive at least one shot by the end of the month of March. 

To help make this happen, starting next week and for a month — the month of March, we will be using our federal pharmacy program to prioritize the vaccination of pre-K through 12 educators and staff and child-care workers. Throughout March, they will be able to prioritize the vaccination of pre-K-through-12 educators and staff and childcare workers. Throughout March, they will be able to sign up for an appointment at a pharmacy near them. 

And I want to be very clear: Not every educator will be able to get their appointment in the first week, but our goarl [sic] — goal is to do everything we can to help every educator receive a shot this month, the month of March.”... [READ MORE]

Check out the White House program plan to distribute much of the vaccine to our educators [HERE].

CDC Vaccine Finder Tool

CitizensNet: Houston Health Department opens new waitlist for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine | 03-03-2021

Today, the Houston Health Department opened a new waitlist for its initial allotment of the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The department’s original vaccine waitlist is for the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, which require two doses.

Both waitlists are available at HoustonEmergency.org/covid19 and are open to all age groups eligible for vaccination under the Texas Department of State Health Services criteria. The waitlists are used to schedule the department’s allotment of appointments at the FEMA community vaccination center at NRG Park and its other vaccination sites.

Waitlist registration is also available by phone to people age 60 and older through the Area Agency on Aging at 832-393-4301. People with disabilities can call the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 832-393-5500. Anyone else needing registration assistance can contact the COVID-19 call center at 832-393-4220.

The Houston Health Department will receive half of a 12,000 dose allotment of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine that arrived at NRG Park on Tuesday and administer it at Bayou City Event Center and its other vaccination sites starting Thursday. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is not being provided at NRG Park.

Phase 1A of the state’s criteria focuses on front-line health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities. Phase 1B focuses on people 65 and older and people age 16 and older with medical conditions that put them at greater risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

CitizensNet | City of Houston

CitizensNet was created to share important city issues of interest to you and your neighbors.

Subscribe to CitizensNet or manage your preferences here:


Thank you for your interest in the City of Houston!

Stay safe, stay healthy.


Your PTO

-Maria Castro Calzada, VP Communications

Facebook        Twitter        Instagram