For Anyone Ready to Receive Their 1st COVID Vaccine ...


Persons seeking the Pfizer vaccine from NET Health must be at least 16 years of age on the day of their appointment.

Anyone aged 16 and 17 MUST be accompanied by their parent or their legal guardian.

Please bring a driver's license, birth certificate, or any type of legal identification that shows the person is over the age of 16.


Click to view the available "1st Dose Pfizer Vaccine" appointment times for April 21st, 22nd, 23rd, & 24th


If you have recently received a flu shot or a Shingles vaccine, you are advised to wait at least 14 days before receiving your 1st or your 2nd COVID vaccine.

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If you received your 1st Pfizer vaccine before Tuesday March 30th ...


Click to view the available "2nd Dose Pfizer Vaccine" appointments for April 16th, April 17th, and April 20th


Invitations to make an appointment will be posted on this webpage but not until our NET Health Immunizations Department has received more 2nd Dose Pfizer vaccines.

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If you received your 1st Pfizer vaccine on or after Tuesday March 30th ...


Click here to enroll onto our Contact List for your "Second Dose" appointment


Invitations to make an appointment will be posted on this webpage but not until our NET Health Immunizations Department has received more 2nd Dose Pfizer vaccines.

Note: There is no need to enter your contact information more than once.

Note: Persons who received their first Pfizer vaccine from NET Health after March 19th will be invited to make their 2nd Dose appointment in future days

Note: The 2nd Pfizer vaccine will still provide effective potency even if it is more than 21 days after receiving your 1st Pfizer vaccine.

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The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has identified the populations who are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine:


Click here to view recent statistics of Texas residents who have received at least one COVID vaccine.


Volunteer Opportunities at our COVID Vaccine Clinics at the Harvey Convention Center

The COVID vaccine clinics being operated by NET Health are made successful through the contributions individual and group volunteers.

The actual duties depend on whether the vaccine clinics are held as a drive-thru outside event or a weather-contingent inside event. 

Some of the volunteer stations include:

(1) sanitizer assistants to help wipe and disinfect chairs within our waiting areas (when we are indoors)

(2) registration clerks to ensure each vaccine recipient has completed their paperwork correctly and to guide them to our vaccination stations

(3) greeting/guiding entrants through our walk-in and drive-thru vaccination process

(4) capturing photos of health insurance cards within our pre-vaccination area

(5) ensuring smooth traffic flow (indoors and outdoors) in our post-vaccine area

(6) serving as a vaccine transporter to provide loaded syringes to the vaccinations stations (when it is a drive-thru clinic)

(7) rovers to assist moving signs and providing general assistance to NET Health staff who are operating the COVID vaccine clinics

Click here to view and select a "non-clinical" volunteer day and time that is available on your schedule.

Serving as a volunteer does not guarantee that you will receive a COVID vaccine on the day you help as a volunteer.


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