COVID-19 Vaccination in Cleburne
Cleburne Fire Department is playing a vital role in distributing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccine distribution is currently in limited supply and the state initially allocated 500 doses to Cleburne Fire for distribution. Cleburne Fire has administered its allocated 500 doses and has not heard any plans from the State for additional vaccines beyond the original 500's second doses.
When can I get vaccinated?
Cleburne Fire is following the Texas Vaccination Plan, which outlines who gets vaccinated and when.
For more information about the Texas Vaccination Plan visit the Department of State Health Services website.
What’s the process to get vaccinated with Cleburne Fire?
Cleburne Fire currently does not have any vaccine available and does not have a waitlist. Please continue to check this page for updates.
Currently, Cleburne Fire Department has been allocated the second doses to go with initial 500 it administered. The State has not indicated if Cleburne Fire will receive any new first doses beyond that 500. Cleburne Fire cannot request additional vaccines, the State is responsible for allocating all vaccines throughout Texas.
As additional shipments of the vaccine arrive, new appointments will be scheduled. Vaccinations will only be administered to those who have scheduled an appointment, no walk-ups. Due to the high interest and limited supply, those interested should understand the distribution plan. We thank you for your patience as we work with State and Federal governments to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine.
Can I get a vaccination elsewhere?
Johnson County residents who are eligible for the vaccine as outlined in the Texas Vaccination Plan can receive their vaccination in Tarrant County. Those interested can visit the Tarrant County vaccination webpage for more details.
What vaccine is Cleburne Fire administering?
Cleburne Fire is administering the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. This vaccine may prevent people from getting COVID-19. The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine is administered as a 2-dose series, 1 month apart, into the muscle.
Got additional questions about the COVID-19 vaccine?
Visit the Department of State Health Services website.