COVID vaccine clinic at Cowboy Fellowship Jan. 26Free Access

A COVID-19 vaccine clinic will take place next Tuesday, Jan. 26 at Cowboy Fellowship located at 561 FM 3350 in Jourdanton. The clinic was made possible through the combined efforts of Atascosa County Judge Bob Hurley, Cowboy Fellowship, the Atascosa County Emergency Management Office and Texas DSHS.

There are only 550 doses of the vaccine available for this clinic. You MUST qualify under Phase 1A and 1B, and set an appointment to get administered the vaccine. The county is working on a much larger clinic for the near future.

Phase 1A:

• Direct health care workers and residents at long-term care facilities

Phase 1B:

• People 65 years of age and older

• People 16 years of age and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19, such as but not limited to:

– Cancer

-Chronic kidney disease

-COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)

-Down Syndrome

-Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease or cardiomyopathies

-Solid organ transplantation

-Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index of 30 kg/m2 or higher)

-Pregnancy

-Sickle cell disease

-Type 2 diabetes mellitus

How to make an appointment:

Registration will open on Friday, Jan. 22 at 8 a.m.

Preregister at www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4DAAA92AA5FFCF8-atascosa or by calling 830-580-2606. Please allow those who do not have access to computers or technology to call in their appointments.

What to bring on the day of clinic:

Please wear a face mask and arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to your appointment.

What to bring to your appointment:

On the day of your appointment, please bring a form of ID and your health insurance information if you have insurance. You do not need to have insurance to receive the vaccine.

On the day of your appointment, all vehicles will enter Cowboy Fellowship off FM 3350. You will exit onto Hwy. 16.

NOTE: Please do not contact Cowboy Fellowship with any questions pertaining to the clinic. They are just the host location and have no access to the vaccine or the registration process.

9 responses to “COVID vaccine clinic at Cowboy Fellowship Jan. 26”

  1. JF says:

    For the COVID vaccine, Phase 1B, is ASTHMA considered an eligibility?
    If not, it SHOULD BE being that COPD presently is.

    • Rebecca Pesqueda says:

      Thank you for your comment JF. I would ask your doctor about this. I’m sure they will have the right answer for you.

  2. Jere Kelly says:

    The COVID vaccine sig up at Cowboy Fellowship was a joke. By 8:05 it was filled up . Something is not quite clear why this filled up in five minutes???

    • Rebecca Pesqueda says:

      Thank you for your comment and I’m so sorry to hear that. I know they received a large volume of calls the moment registration opened up. Atascosa County is working on putting together a large vaccine distribution clinic in the near future. Keep your eye on our website and print edition for more information as it becomes available to us.

  3. Carmel Boedeker says:

    Why can’t we in Atascosa county get enough vaccines,we are a large county, heb hasn’t had any in over a month. And not enough coverage on who is giving the covid19 vaccines.

    • Rebecca Pesqueda says:

      Good morning Carmel, thank you for your comment. The Pleasanton Express has continuously published information available to us concerning the COVID vaccine including who has it in the county. At this moment in time, as we stated in a Jan. 20 article, no one in the county currently has the vaccine as they are awaiting more shipment. County Judge Bob Hurley in his column the past two weeks, and as we mentioned in the Jan. 20 issue, that he is working with state officials to do a large vaccine distribution clinic for Atascosa County at the Poteet Strawberry Festival Grounds sometime in February or March. Details have not been confirmed nor announced at this time. We at the Pleasanton Express publish information as we receive it. Please understand that it is not the county’s fault that we do not have the vaccine. The availability of the vaccine is limited due to production. If you are 65 years of age or have a serious health condition and wish to receive the vaccine, please call the County Judge’s office at 830-769-3093 and they can get you on a priority list for when the vaccine is available.

  4. FRANK ABRAHAM says:

    My name is Genene Abraham .I had everything set up to pick a time slot @8:00 a.m. and was there but never could get a slot for the vaccine and called the telephone number and it would just disconnect. Can’t imagine what what wrong.

    • Rebecca Pesqueda says:

      I’m sorry to hear that! They received a high volume of calls and all appointment slots were filled within 5 minutes. Atascosa County is working on a much larger distribution clinic. Please continue watching our website and print edition for more information as it is released to us.

  5. JOHN M PEARSON says:

    I tried to sign up for 1:45-2:00, but not sure it went through. Will I be notified by e-mail to confirm my appointment?

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