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Judge Elizabeth Welborn
  • Vaccine Information: The information below is information I have compiled to help those seeking vaccines. Although I am an elected county official, I am not involved with the San Patricio County Vaccine distribution. This is simply my way of relaying some information that might be helpful to you in your search for a vaccine.

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*** New easy to use tool from the State to help you locate a vaccine is now available! to use the State's new vaccine availability map Click Here. 
Each week the State of Texas releases a list of vaccine allocations via the Texas Department of Health and Human Services website.  This allocation list will let you know what shots are being distributed and where they are being distributed.  The weekly information is posted generally on Friday or Saturday for the following week.  Each location listed has their own website and method of registration.  Internet registration is the most frequent, but also provide for phone registration.  *** Important to know:  you are not required to be a resident of the county where you receive your vaccine. 

Click here to find the weekly vaccine allocation list.  WEEKLY VACCINE ALLOCATIONS

Once you see where the vaccines are being sent for the week, locate that vaccine provider's website to find the details of when registration will open for that week.

In San Patricio County, both the San Patricio County Health Department and the Community Action Agency of South Texas are providing vaccines. You will also find that HEB, Walgreens, and certain doctors' offices might be other options for you.  To see where vaccines are available each week, check the weekly vaccine allocations. 
To access the San Patricio Vaccination registration information you can click here or access their information through the San Patricio County Emergency Management web address:  https://sanpatem.net/covid19-info/covid-vaccine/  The San Patricio County information can also be found on the county website listed here.  http://www.co.san-patricio.tx.us/
Vaccine Hotline Phone No. 361- 201- 0551
San Patricio County Emergency Management also maintains a Facebook page with information. Click Here


To access the Community Action Agency of South Texas you can, click here or their web address is: https://cacost.org/    You can register with Bee County to receive alerts about vaccine availability, click here. 


Some locations in South Texas are Vaccine Hubs, which means they should be getting large numbers of vaccines each week.  For a list of Vaccine Hubs in Texas please click here.

Vaccine Hubs in our area:

Beeville - Beeville Emergency Management maintains a Facebook page with information about vaccines and a link to register for the vaccine. Click Here

Christi Spohn Hospital in Beeville is a distribution hub.


To visit the Christus Spohn Health System - Beeville click here or the web address at: https://vaccinate.christushealth.org/

Corpus Christi - 
Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District is a distribution hub.

To register for Nueces County, click here or their web address is: 


Phone number:  361-826-7200, option 2 

Victoria - 
Victoria County Public Health Department is a distribution hub. 

Phone number : 361-578-6281 

Christi Spohn Hospital - Kleberg is a distribution hub.  https://vaccinate.christushealth.org/


Christi Spohn Hospital - Alice is a distribution hub.  https://vaccinate.christushealth.org/

If you have found this information helpful, please pass it on. If you have gotten your vaccine, please help others find their vaccine.

Best wishes for good health,
Elizabeth Welborn