Farmersville campus offering vaccines

by | Jun 3, 2021 | Latest

Collin College is partnering with the U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) to provide vaccination hubs at its campuses. The college will offer Johnson & Johnson vaccination clinics in partnership with the USDOE and Costco Pharmacy. In addition, the college is partnering with Albertsons/Tom Thumb pharmacies to offer Pfizer vaccines. All clinics, which are available from June through September, are open to the public.  

The vaccine clinics, Saturday, June 5 and Saturday, July 31 will provide single doses of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 in classrooms 116, 117, and 119 at the Farmersville campus located at 501 S. Collin Parkway in Farmersville.

Vaccination registration links will not be available until 30 days before the clinic.Each person must have his or her own appointment time and bring a government-issued ID (foreign passports will be accepted). After the registration process, participants who elect to receive email or text/SMS message notifications will receive a completion notification. Reminder notifications are sent 24 hours before each registered appointment.  

Visit www.collin.edu/covid19 to sign up for a vaccine appointment and download the consent forms. Bring completed and signed consent forms to the appointment(s).  

From Staff Reports • [email protected].com

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