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This year’s Flu and the updated COVID-19 vaccine will be ready in September. Check with your doctor now to find out when you should get the new COVID-19 vaccine based on when you last received the shot, if you have recently had COVID, and other health factors. If you are an older adult or have certain health conditions, you should also ask your doctor if you should consider getting the COVID shot more than once a year.

We Can Help

If you want to get your updated vaccines for COVID-19 or Flu but are facing problems, Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) can help.

Our Vaccine Navigators can assist you for free in getting your vaccine by:

  • Asking providers for reasonable accommodations (such as sign language, extended hours, etc.)
  • Scheduling accessible transportation to locations
  • Arranging for in-home vaccines
  • And more

Contact us if you need any type of help getting vaccinated:

DRTx Vaccine Hotline:

Hours: Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM
Or email: vaccine@DRTx.org

We can also help with setting up a vaccination clinic in your community.

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