COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Covid-19 Vaccine and Syringe

Vaccine Updates 

The City of League City is not administering COVID-19 vaccines. The Galveston County Health District is responsible for administering vaccines in our area.  Unfortunately, many places are not accepting appointments at this time due to a large demand and a lack of vaccines. We encourage you to continue checking our website and the Galveston County Health District’s website for updates about new shipment of vaccines and where you can get one. You can also call the Health District at 409-938-7221.

 As of January 7, the Galveston County Health District is offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to those who are 65 years of age and older, by appointment only.

All available appointments for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine have currently been filled. More shipments are expected in coming weeks. The health district plans to expand who is eligible to receive the vaccine as more doses are made available. As vaccine availability increases in 2021, people will be able to get vaccinated at doctor’s offices, pharmacies, hospitals and other usual sites.

If you would like to receive a vaccine, you can visit the Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Locations map. Please keep in mind that not all locations are currently vaccinating the general public. You can also check with your health care provider to see what their plan is to roll out the vaccine.

Phase 1A: Health Care Workers Definition

First Tier

  • Paid and unpaid workers in hospital settings working directly with patients who are positive or at high risk for COVID-19. Such as but not limited to: 
    • Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and other support staff (custodial staff, etc.)
    • Additional clinical staff providing supporting laboratory, pharmacy, diagnostic and/or rehabilitation services 
    • Others having direct contact with patients or infectious materials 
  • Long-term care staff working directly with vulnerable residents. Includes:
    • Direct care providers at nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and state supported living centers 
    • Physicians, nurses, personal care assistants, custodial, food service staff 
  • EMS providers who engage in 9-1-1 emergency services like pre-hospital care and transport 
  • Home health care workers, including hospice care, who directly interface with vulnerable and high-risk patients 
  • Residents of long-term care facilities

Second Tier

  • Staff in outpatient care settings who interact with symptomatic patients. Such as but not limited to: 
    • Physicians, nurses, and other support staff (custodial staff, etc.)
    • Clinical staff providing diagnostic, laboratory, and/or rehabilitation services
    • Non 9-1-1 transport for routine care
    • Healthcare workers in corrections and detention facilities 
  • Direct care staff in freestanding emergency medical care facilities and urgent care clinics 
  • Community pharmacy staff who may provide direct services to clients, including vaccination or testing for individuals who may have COVID 
  • Public health and emergency response staff directly involved in administration of COVID testing and vaccinations 
  • Last responders who provide mortuary or death services to decedents with COVID-19. Includes:
    • Embalmers and funeral home workers who have direct contact with decedents 
    • Medical examiners and other medical certifiers who have direct contact with decedents
    • School nurses who provide health care to students and teachers 

Phase 1B

  • People 65 years of age and older
  • People 18 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)
    • 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

Learn more about COVID-19 Vaccines