Several options are available, from pop-up clinics to home visits, to help Arlington residents receive COVID-19 vaccinations for free to protect themselves and their loved ones.
Pop-Up Clinic This Saturday at Meadowbrook Recreation Center
Tarrant County residents are invited to a community event that will offer free boxes of fresh food, free, discreet HIV and STD testing, and free COVID-19 vaccinations between 9 a.m. and noon this Saturday, June 26 at Meadowbrook Recreation Center, 1400 Dugan St. The Know Your Status event is hosted by the Chris Howell Foundation in partnership with City of Arlington, Arlington Fire Department and Tarrant County Public Health. No registration is needed. For more information, please visit https://chrishowellfoundation.org/events/.
AFD Holds Weekly Vaccine Clinics
The Arlington Fire Department also holds weekly vaccine clinics at its Public Health Building, located at 2920 S. Cooper St. No appointments are necessary for the vaccine clinics, which are available between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
- Thursday, June 24
- Tuesday, June 29
- Wednesday, June 30
- Thursday, July 1
- Friday, July 2
- Tuesday, July 6
- Wednesday, July 7
- Thursday, July 8
- Friday, July 9
These clinics are convenient for those who still seeking their first COVID-19 vaccine or for those who have missed their second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. Vaccines are eligible for those 12 years of age and older. Anyone under the age of 18 years old will need a parent or guardian on site for consent. Please call the Arlington Fire Department at 817-575-3700 with questions.
AFD Offers Vaccines for Homebound Residents and Their Caregivers
Arlington residents who are homebound because of mobility or medical issues can request that the Arlington Fire Department provide a COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccines will also be provided to caregivers in the home. Please call the Fire Department at 817-575-3700 to request a home visit if you meet these criteria.
Request at Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic
Want to host a vaccination event for your employees or volunteers? The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) and Tarrant County have created a feature that allows organizations and businesses to request a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine site to be held at their location. These pop-up mobile clinics will be deployed throughout the community at no cost to organizations or community partners. Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page to fill out the Pop Up Clinic Request form.
Use the Vaccine Finder Tool to Find Other Providers Near You
Numerous other options are available for residents seeking COVID-19 vaccines through doctor’s offices, pharmacies, and other providers. At least 50 providers in the Arlington city limit on the Vaccine Finder website, an online tool that helps people find pharmacies and other locations that offer COVID-19 vaccines nearby. Click here to visit the Vaccine Finder website.
For more information about coronavirus vaccinations, please visit the Tarrant County COVID-19 Vaccine webpage or call the Tarrant County Covid-19 Hotline at 817-248-6299. Additionally, you can follow the Arlington Fire Department’s Facebook page to stay up-to-date on other COVID-19 vaccination events.
This press release was produced by the City of Arlington. The views expressed here are the author’s own.