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- Scheduling First Doses 
- Location and Vaccine
- Transportation 



Q. How do I schedule my first dose vaccine appointment?

A. Brazos Hub is no longer offering first dose appointments.  If you need to get your first dose vaccine, please use the CDC's online tool for locating a vaccine provider near you: click here


Q. I want a vaccine, but I am not 18.  What can I do?

A. At this time, the Brazos Hub is only offering vaccines to individuals ages 18 and older.  The Moderna vaccine is only authorized by the FDA for individuals ages 18 and older.

Q. How can I request a copy of my vaccination records?

A. You may request your vaccination records through the Texas Immunization Registry. You will need to fill out a consent form and an authorization form then mail or fax these forms to the Texas Immunization Registry. This process generally takes 10-14 business days, but during the Back to School period (August and September), this process may take 8-10 weeks. For more information and to download the forms, please visit the Texas Department of State Health Services website here.


Q. What if I need transportation?

A. Brazos Transit District (BTD) provides FREE transportation to COVID-19 vaccine appointments. To schedule a free ride, call 979-778-0607 or 800-272-0039 during the hours of 7 am to 3 pm Monday through Friday. Se habla español. The Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL) also provides free accessible transportation to the vaccine hub. Call or text 979-217-1475.

Q. How does transportation work when the clinic is using a drive-through?

A. The Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL) has a temporary location set up at the Brazos Hub. If you are riding Brazos Transit District (BTD), you will be dropped off with BVCIL and ride through the drive-through in a BVCIL vehicle with a BVCIL driver. When you are finished with the vaccination process, you will be dropped off where BTD or BVCIL will pick you up to take you home. If you have questions, please call 979-217-1475.

Q. Can I receive transportation if I use a wheelchair or other mobility device?

A. Yes. All Brazos Transit District (BTD) and Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL) vehicles are wheelchair accessible.