COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Latest Updates:

May 19, 2021 - Comal County’s last mass vaccine clinic is scheduled for Wednesday, May 19, 2021, with a final second dose clinic scheduled for Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Both clinics will be held from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm at the New Braunfels Convention Center located at 375 S. Castell There are 1,500 appointment slots still available. Anyone interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine at the last mass clinic on May 19 can CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment. Then, just click “next” to answer a few questions and choose your appointment time.

April 29, 2021 - Comal County Vaccination Status Report

April 27, 2021: With more than 96,000 COVID-19 vaccines administered in Comal County, the County Vaccine Standby list will close effective Wednesday, April 28, at 12:01 am. 

“There isn’t a need for a standby list anymore because the vaccine is more readily available,” said Comal County Judge Sherman Krause. “Instead of a standby list, people can skip that step and go directly to schedule their own appointment on a day and time that works for them..”  

Comal County held several very successful mass vaccination clinics over the last few months, helping the most vulnerable residents get vaccinated. To date, Comal County Public Health has successfully administered over 30,000 Modera COVID-19 vaccines. With supply now outpacing demand and eligibility open to all adults, the County is adjusting how clinics are scheduled. 

“The success of our efforts paired with our local pharmacies and vaccine providers have made sure that there is availability of vaccines to everyone who wants one,” said Cheryl Fraser, Director of Comal County Public Health. “It is a great success that we are not seeing the demand for the vaccine like we were in the past few months. Even with the standby list going away we want the community to know that we are still here for those who have yet to get the vaccine. Our Mass Vaccine clinics will continue at the New Braunfels Civic & Convention Center the next couple of months to make sure that vaccine is accessible to them.”  

Residents are encouraged to visit for information and updates on any upcoming clinics. Anyone interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine can visit to schedule an appointment. Just click “next” to answer a few questions and choose your appointment day and time.

March 25, 2021: Beginning Monday, March 29, all adults will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Comal County. The state’s Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel recommended opening vaccination to everyone who falls under the current Food and Drug Administration emergency use authorizations to protect as many Texans as possible. State Health Officials expect vaccine supplies to increase next week. 

“Public Health is excited about vaccinating more residents to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Our offices have worked hard to make it available to those who qualify and this change means more people will have the chance to receive a vaccine,” said Comal County Public Health Director Cheryl Fraser. “To date, we have given over 20,000 vaccines and plan to continue until everyone who wants a vaccine, receives one.”

Providers are directed to continue to prioritize older adults who are the most at risk of severe disease, hospitalization and death. 

Adhering to the new guidelines, Comal County will open the COVID-19 Vaccine Standby list to all qualifying adults on March 29, 2021. Comal County us the Moderna vaccine which is for adults 18 and older. You can register for the Vaccine Standby List by visiting  As vaccine becomes available, residents on the Standby List will be contacted to schedule an appointment. People can continue to find additional providers through the DSHS Vaccine Information page at

March 23, 2021: Texas to open #COVID19 vaccination to all adults on March 29. With every dose, Texas gets closer to normal and protects more lives from COVID-19 hospitalization and death. Texas vaccine providers are to continue to prioritize people who are the most at risk of severe disease, hospitalization and death – such as older adults. Over 3 million Texans are fully vaccinated and over 6 million have received at least one dose. For more info, read the #TexasDSHSNewsRelease

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