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How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Odessa


Note: The Mass Vaccination Drive Thru Clinic is only offering vaccines. No COVID tests are being performed.

Mass Vaccination Drive Thru Clinic

The mass vaccination drive thru clinics have been completed. You can now go to one of the locations below for your first shot. No appointments necessary & walk-ins are welcome!  

First Shot Vaccines are available at the locations below:

  • Urgent Care (6030 W. University Blvd.)
  • Urgent Care (3001 JBS Pkwy.)

 The Urgent Care locations will be open for extended hours, seven days a week to accommodate the community. Days/hours are listed below:

  • Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
​​​​​Following your first dose, you will receive your second dose at 
Odessa Regional Medical Center
. They will contact you following your first shot to schedule your booster.

 *As a reminder, this is for community members who fall under Phase 1A and Phase 1B off the vaccine rollout in Texas.

                * Phase 1A – Frontline healthcare workers and residents at long-term care facilities

                * Phase 1B – People over 65 and people (over the age of 16) with a chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19

*We are now opening it up for Phase 1C now…see definition below:

* Phase 1C -People aged 65-74 years because they are at high risk of hospitalization, illness and death from COvID-19. People aged 65-74 years who are also residents
  of long-term care facilities should be offered vaccination in Phase 1a.

  People aged 16-64 years with underlying medical conditions which increase the risk of serious, life-threatening complications from COVID-19.

  Other essential workers, such as people who work in transportation and logistics, food service, housing construction and finance, information technology, communications,
  energy, law, media, public safety and public health.

 How to volunteer or how to donate items/food/money

 If someone would like to volunteer their time or specific items (food, water, pens, equipment, etc), then please have them email volunteers@odessa-tx.gov. Someone will respond to them and tell them exactly what to do or where to drop off the donations.

 If someone is choosing to donate financially, please direct them to https://mchodessa.com/coronavirus/. It has the “How You Can Help” section, which includes a link to donate to the COVID-19 Foundation Fund. The donor can choose a preset amount or enter their own amount and change the designation to COVID 19 and leave in the comments section “Mass Vaccination” or something along those lines so we can track it.

Ratliff Drive-Thru Vaccination Map

The City of Odessa Incident Command, Medical Center Health System, and ECISD have created a mass vaccination plan. Information on pre-registration can be found below:

Medical Center Health System:

Click Here for Pre-Registration for Pfizer Vaccine

Medical Center Health System has created a pre-registration link for community members to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The pre-registration link is not for setting up an appointment or a specific date and time to receive the vaccine. 

It is simply a pre-registration tool that will speed up the process of administering the vaccine. While those community members that fall under the Phase 1B of the vaccination rollout are first priority, the pre-registration link is open to all.

For community members who do not have internet access, MCH has created a COVID-19 vaccine hotline at 432-640-2220. The phone line will be answered Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm 

Odessa Regional Medical Center:

The COVID-19 Vaccine is available at the ORMC Community Health Center located at 520 E. 6th Street.

The hours of operation will be as follows:

Monday: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday: 8 am - 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 7 am - 7 pm
Thursday: 7 am - 7 pm
Friday: 7 am - 7 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

You do NOT need to schedule your FIRST COVID-19 vaccination injection, you may walk-in.  Your SECOND injection will be scheduled.

 We are currently in phase 1B of the vaccine roll out.  This means we will vaccinate the following groups:

Texas Phase 1B Vaccine Priorities:

People 65 years of age and older

People 16 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 cardiomyopathy
  • Solid organ transplantation
  • Obesity and severe obesity (body mass index of 30 kg/m2 or higher)
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell disease
  • Type 2 diabetes mellitus

Please discuss any concerns of receiving the vaccine with your Primary Care Doctor before coming to us.

For questions, please reach out to us on the COVID Line:  432-582-8549.

Ector County Health Department:

The Ector County Health Department has received their initial shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine. More information can be found at: their website.

Other entities in Odessa and Ector County are also providing COVID-19 vaccinations, a list of providers in the State of Texas that have received this vaccine can be found at the link below:

List of providers in the State of Texas

Disclaimer: Processes and procedures for the distribution of the vaccine may change due to vaccine availability and evolving vaccination protocols at the national and state level. Please continue to monitor the City of Odessa’s coronavirus website, www.odessa-tx.gov/coronavirus, the City of Odessa Facebook page and Ector County Health Department coronavirus information site.

  1. How many different vaccines are there?
  2. How long does immunity last? Will this vaccine be needed every year, like a flu shot?
  3. Is this vaccine for children?
  4. How do we know the vaccine is safe?
  5. Should people who tested positive for COVID-19 be vaccinated?
  6. How much will it cost to receive COVID-19 vaccine?
  7. Who is getting vaccinated first?
  8. What other populations will have priority access to the vaccine?
  9. Can patients get a flu shot and a COVID-19 shot at the same time? If not, how long do they have to wait between each vaccine?
  10. COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Phase 1B Definition

In the United States, the federal government’s Operation Warp Speed has contracted with six different vaccine manufacturers to begin manufacturing their vaccine prior to receiving FDA approval or Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).

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Cómo obtener la vacuna COVID-19 en Odessa


 El Comando de Incidentes de la Ciudad de Odessa, el Medical Center Health System y ECISD han creado un plan de vacunación masiva. La información sobre la preinscripción se puede encontrar a continuación:

Medical Center Health System:
Haga clic aquí para la preinscripción para la vacuna Pfizer

Medical Center Health System ha creado un enlace de preinscripción para que los miembros de la comunidad reciban la vacuna Pfizer COVID-19. El enlace de preinscripción no es para programar una cita o una fecha y hora específicas para recibir la vacuna.
Es simplemente una herramienta de preinscripción que acelerará el proceso de administración de la vacuna. Si bien los miembros de la comunidad que se encuentran bajo la Fase 1B de la vacunación son la primera prioridad, el enlace de preinscripción está abierto a todos.
Para los miembros de la comunidad que no tienen acceso a Internet, medical Center Health System ha creado una línea directa de vacunas COVID-19 el número es 432-640-2220. La línea telefónica será atendida de lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. A 5 p.m.

Odessa Regional Medical Center:

La vacuna COVID-19 está disponible en el Centro de Salud Comunitario ORMC ubicado en el 520 E. de la calle 6th.

El horario es el siguiente:

Lunes: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Martes: 8 am - 5:30 pm
Miércoles: 7 am - 7 pm
Jueves: 7 am - 7 pm
Viernes: 7 am - 7 pm
Sábado: cerrado
Domingo: cerrado

NO necesita programar su PRIMERA inyección de vacuna covid-19 ... puede entrar sin cita previa. Después de recibir la primera dosis ahí se le programará su SEGUNDA inyección.

Actualmente estamos en la fase 1B de la vacuna. Esto significa que vacunaremos a los siguientes grupos:

Prioridades de vacunas de la fase 1B de Texas:

Personas de 65 años o más

Personas de 16 años o mayor con al menos un padecimiento médico crónico que los pone en mayor riesgo de contraer una enfermedad grave por el virus que causa COVID-19 por ejemplo:

  • Cáncer
  • Enfermedad renal crónica
  • EPOC (enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica)
  • Padecimientos cardíacos, como insuficiencia cardíaca, enfermedad de las arterias coronarias o cardiomiopatía
  • Trasplante de órganos sólidos
  • Obesidad y obesidad severa (índice de masa corporal de 30 kg / m2 o más)
  • Embarazo
  • Enfermedad de células falciformes
  • diabetes mellitus tipo 2

Platique con su médico acerca de cualquier duda e inquietud sobre recibir la vacuna con su médico de atención primaria antes de acudir a nosotros.

 Si tiene preguntas, comuníquese con nosotros a través de la línea COVID: 432-582-8549

Departamemto de Salud del Condado Ector 

El Departamento de Salud del Condado de Ector recibió su envío inicial de la vacuna COVID-19. Puede encontrar más información en: http://www.co.ector.tx.us/page/ector.CoronavirusCOVID19


Otras entidades en Odessa y el condado de Ector también están proporcionando vacunas COVID-19, se puede encontrar una lista de proveedores en el estado de Texas que han recibido esta vacuna en el siguiente enlace:

Lista de proveedores en el estado de Texas

Descargo de responsabilidad: los procesos y procedimientos para la distribución de la vacuna pueden cambiar debido a la disponibilidad de la vacuna y la evolución de los protocolos de vacunación a nivel nacional y estatal. Continúe monitoreando el sitio web sobre coronavirus de la ciudad de Odessa, www.odessa-tx.gov/coronavirus, la página de Facebook de la ciudad de Odessa y el sitio de información sobre el coronavirus del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Ector.

  1. ¿CUÁNTAS VACUNAS DIFERENTES EXISTEN?
  2. ¿CUÁNTO DURA LA INMUNIDAD? ¿SERÁ NECESARIA ESTA VACUNA CADA AÑO, COMO UNA VACUNA CONTRA LA GRIPE?
  3. ¿ES ESTA VACUNA PARA NIÑOS?
  4. ¿CÓMO SABEMOS QUE LA VACUNA ES SEGURA?
  5. ¿DEBEN VACUNARSE LAS PERSONAS QUE RESULTARON POSITIVAS PARA COVID-19?
  6. ¿CUÁNTO COSTARÁ RECIBIR LA VACUNA COVID-19?
  7. ¿QUIÉN SE ESTÁ VACUNANDO PRIMERO?
  8. ¿QUÉ OTRAS POBLACIONES TENDRÁN ACCESO PRIORITARIO A LA VACUNA?
  9. ¿PUEDEN LOS PACIENTES OBTENER UNA VACUNA CONTRA LA GRIPE Y COVID-19 AL MISMO TIEMPO? SI NO, ¿CUÁNTO TIEMPO TIENEN QUE ESPERAR ENTRE CADA VACUNA?

En los Estados Unidos, Operation Warp Speed del gobierno federal contrato a seis diferentes fabricantes de vacunas para comenzar a fabricar su vacuna antes de recibir la aprobación de la FDA o la Autorización de uso de emergencia (EUA).