Travis County providers will collectively receive 16,450 initial doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines during the week of Jan. 25. For the third week in a row, the Texas Department of State Health Services has allotted 12,000 doses to regional hub provider Austin Public Health. UT Health Austin, which is also designated as a regional hub, is set to receive 1,950 doses.

Below is the full list of providers receiving doses this week. Instructions for how to register for an appointment or join a waitlist at each provider is included, if available.

Austin Public Health

12,000 Moderna doses

Texas residents in Phases 1A and 1B can sign up for appointments via Austin Public Health's online registration portal. In previous weeks, APH's appointments have been fully booked in a matter of hours once appointments have been added. More than 60,000 qualified individuals had submitted their names through the portal as of Jan. 19.

UT Health Austin/Dell Medical School

1,950 Pfizer doses

Like APH, UT Health Austin is a regional vaccination hub, which means anyone in the state of Texas may book an appointment. Currently, UT Health Austin is accepting appointments for people in Phase 1A and 1B. Register for an appointment or waitlist slot here.


200 Moderna doses

Two CommUnityCare locations—the David Powell Clinic at 4614 N. I-35, Austin, and CommUnityCare Del Valle at 3518 FM 973, Ste. A, Del Valle—will receive 100 doses each this week. According to the organization's vaccine information page, CommUnityCare is considering only established patients in Phase 1B for vaccines. CommUnityCare will reach out to qualifying patients as appointments become available. More information can be found here.

DSHS Central Pharmacy Warehouse

2,200 Moderna doses

Texas Department of Public Safety

100 Moderna doses