COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ and Overview

Have questions regarding the coronavirus vaccine? We've got answers. 

DeliverIt Pharmacy has received authorization to distribute the highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccines.

Since the FDA issued the first emergency authorization for the COVID-19 vaccines, DeliverIt Pharmacy has been preparing to administer vaccines to long-term care facilities and healthcare frontline workers, as authorized by the Center for Disease Control.

As the vaccine becomes more readily available throughout 2021, our facilities will be ready to distribute it in our stores to the general public.

In the meantime, we encourage you to social distance, wear a mask, and get tested regularly.

Thank you to the thousands of people who have worked tirelessly towards this vaccine and our very own DeliverIt Pharmacy team who have and will continue towards providing you and your family with the best care possible during this time.

  • Where can I register for the COVID-19 vaccine waitlist?

    • To register for the COVID-19 vaccine waiting list, please go scroll to the bottom of this page and fill out the form based on your closest location.

  • I submitted my form—will I receive a confirmation number?

    • After submitting your form, please check your email for a confirmation email. If you don't see it in your main inbox, check your spam/junk mail.  

  • Who qualifies for the vaccine at this time?

    • As of Monday, March 29, 2021, everyone age 16 and older is now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas.
      Pfizer is authorized for anyone over 12

  • How will I be contacted?

    • All those who qualify for a vaccine will be contacted via email or phone.

  • It’s been a few days and I haven’t heard anything?

    • Please note that vaccine rollout in the state of Texas is very slow currently. Hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies alike are all waiting to receive more doses of the vaccine. Therefore, we are not able to vaccinate everyone eligible. As soon as there is an available dose for you, we will be in contact.

  • When will there be doses in stock?

    • Unfortunately, we cannot give you an answer to this at this time.

  • I received my first dose, and my second dose due date is coming up fast, what should I do?

    • Please note that it’s okay to receive your second dose a few days earlier or a few days later than your recommended time. If you are nearing your due date and find yourself worried over your second does, please note that the CDC only recommends 28 days based on the provided data. However, if it is not feasible to adhere to the recommended interval, the second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines may be scheduled for administration up to 6 weeks (42 days) after the first dose. We will do our best to acquire your second dose, but if you are able to receive it elsewhere, please do so.

  • Will I get COVID-19 from receiving my vaccine?

    • No, you will not get COVID-19 from getting a vaccine. The vaccines are designed to have your body create copies of the virus’s blueprint and do not have any form of the virus within them.

  • Do I still need to wear a mask after I receive all my doses of the vaccine?

    • Yes, you should! Until the CDC says otherwise, we are all encouraged to stop the spread by wearing masks, washing our hands frequently, and keeping our distance.

If you qualify for a vaccine, please click on "Book Now" to schedule your vaccine appointment.

Once you've submitted your application, please do not call the pharmacy. You will receive an email confirmation with a ticket. Please bring that ticket to your appointment for validation.

For more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccination efforts, please visit the Center for Disease Control's COVID-19 site.