As of January 27, the Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) COVID-19 vaccine hub has relocated to John Clark Stadium in Plano. Clark Stadium serves as a drive-through vaccination “mega center” for Collin County operated by a private contractor, Curative.
The vaccination process is available by appointment only. No walk-ups and no on-site appointment scheduling is allowed.
Curative handles correspondence, scheduling and vaccine administration at the Plano site. Curative will contact individuals on the Collin County waitlist when it’s time to schedule an appointment.
IMPORTANT: The appointment notification registration link from Curative is meant for you alone and should not be shared with others. The Plano vaccination hub at Clark Stadium is working through the Collin County waitlist.
Vaccinations are provided at no cost. However, the appointment form asks you to provide a photo of an insurance card.
If you’ve had the first vaccine dose at the CCHCS site in McKinney:
If you already received your first vaccination dose at another site:Curative cannot honor the second dose timeline for individuals initially vaccinated at a location that is not CCHCS. You must return to the original provider for the second dose.
If you haven’t received the first dose and you are in Phase 1A or 1B:Add your name to the Collin County waitlist. Curative uses contact info from the waitlist when it’s time to schedule appointments.
Please keep in mind that vaccine supplies are extremely scarce. In addition to joining the Collin County waitlist, consider contacting primary healthcare providers and local pharmacies about vaccine availability. For more information on where the COVID-19 vaccine may be available, visit the Texas Department of Health and Human Services provider map: share.plano.gov/VaccineMap
Find more COVID-19 related info at plano.gov/covid19.
Also in the NEWS…
Collin Co. opens vaccine mega centers (Local Profile Magazine, Jan. 26)
Collin Co. opens first large COVID-19 vaccination center in Plano (CBS DFW, Jan. 25)
NTX vaccine hubs want more doses, but there’s not enough supply (WFAA, Jan. 24)