Can I get vaccinated in another county?

Vaccination hub locations are open to all in Phase 1a or 1b. You do not need to be a resident of that city or county. However, both vaccines require two doses, so you will need to return to where you received your first dose in order to receive your second dose.

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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?