COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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Irving-Grand Prairie Vaccination Site

  1. A firefighter administers a COVID vaccine during a trial run at the GP/Irving site.

    Vaccinations Administered: Approximately More than 20,000 first and second doses

    Updated: April 28, 2021

After operating for 12 weeks, The Irving/Grand Prairie joint vaccination site located at The Theatre at Grand Prairie will cease operations after April 28. Since opening on Feb. 3, more than 20,000 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered. The site, managed jointly by the cities of Irving and Grand Prairie, received a weekly first and second dose of Moderna vaccine allocation from Dallas County and the State of Texas.

Residents interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine can schedule an appointment through Dallas County at the Fair Park, 3809 Grand Avenue, Dallas, or Potter’s House, 6777 West Kiest Blvd, Dallas, vaccine sites. Residents also have the option of scheduling an appointment to receive a vaccine using The website provides a list of area clinics, pharmacies and other locations offering the COVID-19 vaccine and lists them based on ZIP code. The COVID-19 vaccine is now open to all interested adults.

The cities of Irving and Grand Prairie would like to thank Dallas County for allowing staff the opportunity to contribute to the fight against the spread of COVID-19, as well as the City of Irving Office of Emergency Management, the Irving Fire Department, the Grand Prairie Office of Emergency Management, the Grand Prairie Fire Department, and all the staff and volunteers for providing exceptional service. 

The City of Irving will continue providing regular updates on COVID-19 at and the city social media channels.

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Young woman receives a vaccine from a health professional.The Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) COVID-19 vaccination registration and prescreening system serves Dallas County residents in as outlined by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).  

The registration website is for vaccination eligibility only at DCHHS, and not for all providers within Dallas County. In addition, Dallas County schedules all vaccine appointments and locations. Vaccination sites are provided a list of appointments from the county and cannot accept walk-up applicants.


  1. Visit the Dallas County Health and Human Services registration portal or call 1-855-IMMUNE9 (1-855-466-8639) for registration assistance (available in English and Spanish, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., daily).
  2. Complete the registration form.
  3. Residents will receive an email to confirm registration. The email will include frequently asked questions (FAQs) with additional information.
  4. Residents will be prioritized based on Texas DSHS criteria and will be contacted by Dallas County with an appointment location, date and time.
  5. On their appointment date and time, residents come to the vaccine site with their QR code on their mobile device or a printed copy to receive their vaccine dose. Do not share the individualized QR code.

For questions about appointments, call the Dallas County Health Human Services COVID Hotline at 972-692-2780 or email