Tracking COVID-19: Tarrant County, local partners continue vaccine outreach

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The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is one of three being administered in the U.S. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is one of three being administered in the U.S. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

As of March 31, a total of 581,842 coronavirus vaccine doses have been administered in Tarrant County.

According to the Tarrant County Public Health COVID-19 dashboard, 93% of vaccinations, or 541,500 doses, have gone to Tarrant County residents. At the county level, 18% of residents, or 388,614, have received at least one dose, and 198,000 residents, or 9% of the county population, have been fully vaccinated.


Of cities in northeast Tarrant County, Colleyville, at 42.66%, has the highest percentage of residents who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. In comparison, a total of 39% of Southlake residents have received at least one dose; 28.8% of Grapevine residents have received at least one dose; 30.41% of Keller residents have received at least one dose; and 11.36% of Fort Worth residents have received at least one dose.

In addition, a total of 863,951 registrations for the COVID-19 vaccine have been confirmed through the TCPH registration portal.

County residents and nonresidents can register for the COVID-19 vaccine at www.tarrantcounty.com.