Vaccine

Before you pick a time:

  • If you are currently participating in or have participated in a COVID vaccine study, please do not schedule and contact your study coordinator.
  • Our vaccination scheduling is based on an anticipated supply from the state. If our allotment is different from expected, we may need to contact you to reschedule.
  • Please ensure we have accurate email and cell phone contact information, so that we may reach you in a timely manner if necessary.
  • The two-dose vaccines require two separate injections given three to four weeks apart. Your second injection will be automatically scheduled at the same location as the first injection. When scheduling, please make sure you will be available for the second dose in three to four weeks. If not, please wait to schedule.

Select your vaccination location and time:

Are you scheduling the first dose of a COVID-19 Vaccine?

 
  • Please Note: Multiple vaccine sites may be listed. Scroll down to ensure that you have selected a site convenient to you.

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  • The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines each involve two shots, normally administered 21 or 28 days apart, respectively. Both shots in the series are necessary and must be from the same manufacturer. The second shot is typically scheduled after the first shot has been given, at the clinic.

    Please contact the UTMB Access Center at (832) 632-6731 to discuss your appointment needs.

    Need to Reschedule an Existing Vaccine Appointment with UTMB? If your appointment was made with UTMB, send an email to C19vacsch@utmb.edu. Include your name and date of birth, along with the date of your original vaccination appointment and whether this is your first or second vaccination. We will work to accommodate your request as our vaccine supply and appointment slots allow.

Reporting an Adverse Vaccine Event

To ensure safety, there’s a significant effort to track possible side effects and adverse events from the COVID-19 vaccines. Use these links if you experience anything concerning or unexpected with the vaccine.

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