COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccine Information Sources All In One Place

We hope this page is informative and helpful to our community and we will continue to update this page as we learn of any additional information, but we need your help in ensuring everyone in our community is informed! Please consider passing information on to your neighbors, friends, and family that may be unaware about where or when they can get vaccinated and those without social media.

If I’m eligible to be vaccinated now, how do I get one?

Beginning in January, Texas established large vaccination sites or hubs around the state. The goal of these hubs is to provide more people the vaccine and a simpler way to sign up for an appointment. If you are eligible to be vaccinated now, you can get vaccinated at a large vaccine hub or a local vaccine provider.

Please note: Each registration process is different, so look carefully at the hub’s registration site or the provider's website for details on how to register. Depending on the provider, you may be placed on a waiting list and/or may be contacted (phone, email, or text) when vaccines become available.


*Comal County establishes covid-19 vaccine standby list*

On January 26, 2021, Comal County launched a COVID-19 vaccine Standby List for residents who meet the criteria in Phase 1A and Phase 1B of the State of Texas vaccination plan. Qualifying residents who are interested in receiving the vaccine can visit the Comal County website by clicking the following link: to enter your information and be placed on the Standby List. Residents will be contacted to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine as the County Health Department receives supply. Comal County encourages residents to continue to look for alternative vaccine locations, such as their primary medical provider or larger mass vaccination hubs. Click here for more information from Comal County Public Health.


*Guadalupe County COVID-19 vaccine clinics*

The City of Schertz and Guadalupe County are partnering together to host a series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics. To view current City of Schertz clinics and registration status: CLICK HERE. If you need assistance, call the Schertz COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at (210) 619-1990.

The City of Seguin and the Guadalupe Regional Medical Center are also partnering together to host a series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics. To view current City of Seguin clinics and registration status: CLICK HERE. If you need assistance, call the Guadalupe County COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center at (830) 303-9701. 

Receive Notifications About Upcoming Vaccine Clinics

Additional clinics in Schertz will be announced as more vaccines become available. Citizens are encouraged to CLICK HERE to sign up through CivicReady to receive notifications about upcoming clinics. For assistance with registering for the notifications, call (210) 619-1000. 

*NOTE: This is not a vaccine sign-up. 


Vaccination Hub Providers

To view all current COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Providers and learn how to register: CLICK HERE.

Click on the links below to be connected with Vaccination Hub Providers near our community.


Local Vaccine Providers

To view the Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Availability Map and find a local vaccine provider: CLICK HERE.

To view Pharmacy Vaccination Sites, including their current stock, based on ZIP code: CLICK HERE.

Click on the links below to be connected with Local Vaccine Providers near our community.


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