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The Federal Government outlined a plan to offer booster shots eight months after an individual’s second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Boosters will be available beginning the week of Sept. 20.
The City of McKinney and the McKinney Fire Department do not currently have plans to reopen a vaccination hub to give booster shots since private health care providers like physicians, hospitals, and pharmacies have vaccines readily available. Please note your second dose of the vaccine and plan to receive your booster shot eight months later.
The best options for replacing your vaccination card are to contact the Collin County Health Department, your local pharmacy, or primary care physician and request a copy of your vaccine records.
The City of McKinney operated its vaccination hub for a limited time in coordination with Collin County and the State of Texas. If you received your COVID-19 vaccination through the City of McKinney vaccination hub, please contact the Collin County Health Department or your primary care physician to obtain a copy of your vaccination record.
Symptoms of COVID-19 may appear 2 -14 days after exposure. Symptoms range from mild to severe. Refer to the table for a list of symptoms and the type of action you should take based on your symptoms.
Please remember that emergency responders can not diagnose in the field. All individuals arriving at the ER are treated first - on the severity of their symptoms and second - on the order of arrival.
If you want to help out the community by donating food, toiletries and other supplies, contact Volunteer McKinney.
During this time, Volunteer McKinney is coordinating services for non-profits in the city. Volunteer McKinney will send you and your gifts to where they are needed most right now.