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How to register for the vaccine

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    More and more information is coming out every week, but still some questions are up in the air. Supplies are limited and will continue to be for a while I think. What I'm finding out is that the majority of states require you to have an appointment in order to get the vaccine, to start with. From the looks of it, that's all you need in order to register, unless I'm missing something. One of the great things about it so far is that the vaccine will be free for those who do not have health insurance. I'm sure things will become more developed as soon as they start rolling out more doses and drive thru clinics begin popping up.

    Is there anything else required to register for the shot that I'm missing? I wonder if there's a way to get on a waiting list for when more doses are available for people who aren't at high risk.

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    Not sure how it is in other cities or counties, but in Dallas County you can't register yet unless you fall under Phase1A or 1B. That's basically healthcare workers, first responders, individuals 65 or older, or 18 and older with certain underlying health conditions. And you have to fill out a form online to join the waiting list.

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    bryce28 Wrote:

    Not sure how it is in other cities or counties, but in Dallas County you can't register yet unless you fall under Phase1A or 1B. That's basically healthcare workers, first responders, individuals 65 or older, or 18 and older with certain underlying health conditions. And you have to fill out a form online to join the waiting list.

    Yeah looking around at various counties from big states and seems to be similar. You need to register online for an appointment and right now they are vaccinating everyone that you mentioned, Phase 1B, plus in some states school teachers K-12 and law enforcement. That's what's happening in Maricopa county for example (Arizona).