Tarrant County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination

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Your Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce wanted to share information with you on behalf of Tarrant County Public Health regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine Registration.
How do I register for a vaccination? 
To register for the vaccine, you need to be in Phase 1A or 1B at this time. Those groups include doctors, nurses, first responders, as well as individuals 65 and older and 18 older with an underlying medical condition. Tarrant County is distributing the Moderna vaccine at this time, which is only available to individuals 18 and older.
When registering, please note that our system is set up to respond to one person per email. If more than one person shares the same email, please register each person separately.
Please attend your scheduled date and time, please do not arrive hours early if at all possible. If you cannot make your appointment, on the designated day, please come the very next day. If that is not an option, please re-register for the vaccine.
Each entity that is distributing the vaccine may approach this process differently, so if you plan to receive your immunization from a pharmacy or doctor, it will be a different registration process.
How to RE-REGISTER for a vaccination?
Repeat the original registration process if you were not able to attend your appointment and were not able to attend the following day.
No. Your first registration covers that. You’ll receive an automated call when that vaccine is ready for you.
We encourage our FWHCC Community to still take precautions like physical distancing and wearing a mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as people get vaccinated and we learn more about the immunity produced by the vaccines.
If you have any questions or comments and need guidance with this, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team via phone at (817) 625-5411 or by contacting us via e-mail at

Future of the Texas Workforce Post-COVID

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The Best Place for Working Parents™ is working with the Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) at Southern Methodist University (SMU) to conduct a survey to gather insights on the future of our workforce post-COVID. While your contact information will remain confidential, your response will help us publish a leadership report on COVID-19’s impact on our business community, innovations that have helped stem the tide of economic impact, and critical factors for our workforce and business community’s success in the post-COVID environment. Your input is greatly valued.

*To be included in this report, all responses must be received by Friday, May 15, 2020.