COVID-19 vaccine hubs run by the City of Frisco and Texas Health Resources will open next week as Collin County prepares to receive 42,900 doses of vaccine. The doses are the single largest shipment sent to the county by the state since the vaccination program began in late December. 

A total of six vaccine hubs, operating by appointment only, will be open in Collin County beginning next week. The first five listed below are vaccinating individuals off the Collin County Vaccine Wait List. The City of Allen hub is open to all Collin County residents but is operating independently of the Collin County Vaccine Wait List. For more information on the City of Allen hub, click here or call 214-509-4333.

  • Baylor Scott & White Health (BSW), currently operating at the BSW facility in Frisco
  • City of Frisco, which will be operating next week at a site to be determined
  • City of McKinney, currently operating at the McKinney ISD football stadium
  • Collin County Health Care Services, currently operating at Plano ISD’s John Clark Stadium
  • Texas Health Resources, which will be operating next week at the Sam Johnson Recreation Center in Plano
  • City of Allen, currently operating at the Allen ISD football stadium

The Collin County Vaccine Wait List is open to all Texans who are eligible according to the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Phase 1A and Phase 1B definitions. The DSHS advises that the vaccine will not be readily available for the general public until late spring or early summer 2021.

Residents DO NOT need to reside in Collin, Dallas, Denton or Tarrant county to register to receive a vaccination at one of the official hub sites. People who register will be placed on a waitlist and will be provided further guidance at a later date as to when to arrive to receive a vaccination.

Visit the City of Richardson’s website at for information on registration wait lists.