When did Williamson County activate its vaccination plan and begin distributing the vaccine?

Williamson County and its partner Family Hospital Systems (FHS) began vaccinating individuals who pre-registered Wednesday, January 20, 2021. FHS received 6,000 doses initially in the first week, then an additional 8,000 doses. 

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1. Who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
2. Does Williamson County have a plan for distributing COVID-19 vaccines?
3. Is Williamson County a state vaccination hub provider?
4. When did Williamson County activate its vaccination plan and begin distributing the vaccine?
5. Do I have to have an appointment to receive the vaccine at a hub location?
6. If I am registered on the Family Hospital Systems wait list, how long until I get the vaccine?
7. Can I get vaccinated in another county?
8. Is there a cost for getting the vaccine?
9. Do I need to bring anything with me when I go to my scheduled vaccination appointment?
10. Which vaccine is available?
11. How do I report if I have a problem or bad reaction after getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
12. How will I get my second dose of the vaccine?
13. Will Williamson County receive more doses when it distributes the amount received this week?
14. Can I find out my number on the wait list?
15. Where can I call to get more information on the COVID-19 vaccine registration process?
16. How can I find out if I am on the Family Hospital System waitlist?
17. Who will be sending me a confirmation email regarding my COVID-19 vaccine registration?
18. Can I register more than one person for the COVID-19 waitlist using the same email account?
19. How do I fill out the forms prior to my appointment time?