COVID-19 Vaccination in Cleburne
Cleburne Fire Department is an official COVID-19 Vaccination Hub in the State of Texas.
The state plans to send a regular weekly shipment of vaccines to Cleburne to distribute to the community depending on availability.
What’s the process to get vaccinated?
Cleburne Fire is administering the vaccine by appointment only at the Cleburne Conference Center 1501 W. Henderson St.
Registration opens weekly at 9 a.m. on Mondays for appointments that week. Registration closes once doses are accounted for as all as a wait list.
Texas has expanded its vaccine availability to all adults ages 16 and older starting Monday, March 29. As such, we are anticipating an initial increase in demand at our Vaccination Hub that will likely result in longer call wait times and busy tones when dialing the vaccination hub phone line. We apologize for the inconvenience and encourage all potential participants to register through the online web portal when registration opens. Online registration is fast and simple. Our team of firefighters and local volunteers is expecting interest from people across Texas. The State and Federal governments’ vaccination plans direct hubs to serve all eligible persons regardless of residence.
While many vaccine providers only offer online services, our team has offered a phone line to assist those in need. Our goal is to preserve the vaccination hub phone line for those who may not be able to register online including those without Internet access, the elderly, and disabled. A large number of incoming calls could overload the phone network and block those most in need. For those who need additional assistance please call our COVID-19 Vaccination Hub help line at 817-357-4456.
Patients will select an appointment time during registration and receive a QR code to check in. To help us continue smooth operations of the hub please arrive at your scheduled appointment time block. Patients should follow signs to enter through the west-side entrance.
How to register online
¿Cuál es el proceso para ser vacunado?
El departamento de bomberos en Cleburne están administrando vacunas solo con cita en el Cleburne Conference Center - 1501 W. Henderson St. Registrarse en línea oprimiendo aquí. Para aquellas personas que necesitan asistencia adicional favor de llamar a la línea de ayuda para el centro de vacunaciones al 817-357-4456.
Después de registrarse usted recibirá la hora de su cita y un código QR que usará el día de su cita para verificar que es usted. La entrada del centro de vacunaciones será por el lado oeste del conference center favor de seguir las señalizaciones.
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.
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 at several locations.
If you’re eligible to get vaccinated now, the Texas Department of Health and Human Services recommends Texans check with a large vaccination hub and/or a local vaccine provider, like a nearby pharmacy or your doctor.
When searching for a vaccination site, remember:
- Vaccine supply is limited. Not all local providers have vaccine each week and hubs may have long waiting lists.
- Do not show up at a hub or provider looking for a vaccine.
- Instead, check the provider’s website. Call only if the website doesn’t answer your questions.
- Vaccine supply is still limited in Texas, but more arrives each week.
What vaccine is Cleburne Fire administering?
Cleburne Fire administers the vaccines it receives from the State. The Vaccination Hub originally received supplies of the Moderna vaccine. As of March 8, the Cleburne Vaccination Hub has administered Pfizer vaccines exclusively. If you received a Moderna first dose from us, you would still be able to get your second dose of Moderna from us. These vaccines may prevent people from getting COVID-19. These COVID-19 vaccines are 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.