Coronavirus

  1. Vaccine Information
  2. City of burleson declaration
  3. COVID-19 Cases in Burleson
  4. Mask requirements
  5. City facility closures & adjustments

February 9, 2021 UPDATE

Phase 1A & 1B Sign up for a vaccine now

Burleson Public Health has established a vaccine website and would like to encourage everyone in Phase 1A or 1B to sign up now. If you are a Burleson resident who has previously signed up on Tarrant County Health Department’s waitlist, we encourage you to also sign up on Burleson’s website. Burleson Public Health is in the process of acquiring Burleson resident’s names from Tarrant County’s database, but in the meantime, please sign up on the city of Burleson's vaccine list.

After Feb. 9, 2020, BPH will no longer be pulling directly from Tarrant County’s list as the sole source for vaccines. The city will continue to partner with Tarrant County to provide any additional vaccines to those who sign up on their list after Feb. 9 as the vaccines become available. BPH encourages residents to sign up on any vaccine list that is available to them. Also, Cleburne Public Health has been appointed as a hub vaccine provider by the Texas Department of Public Health. They will be receiving vaccines, and we encourage you to check with them as well.

January 22, 2021 UPDATE
Burleson Public Health has received notification from Texas Department of State Health Services that they will receive a very limited amount of vaccines next week. Burleson Public Health will work on distributing them to Johnson County residents in Phase 1A and 1B who have already signed up on Tarrant County’s COVID vaccination waitlist. Burleson Public Health will contact you, via a phone call starting Monday, Jan. 25, for an appointment. If you are interested in receiving the vaccine, please place your name on the waitlist here: http://www.tarrantcounty.com/covidvaccine


January 11, 2021 UPDATE
Burleson Public Health has received notification from Texas Department of State Health Services that they will receive a very limited amount of vaccines this week. Burleson Public Health will work on distributing them to first responders, school nurses, persons identified within the city that are considered critical to maintaining continuity of operations and residents of long-term facilities. If Burleson Public Health receives any additional doses that can be administered to the next group (people over the age of 65 and those with pre-existing conditions that put them at a greater risk of severe disease or death from COVID-19) we will provide how to sign up at www.burlesontx.com/covid 

As a reminder, both Johnson and Tarrant County residents who are in Phase 1A or 1B groups can register for the vaccine with Tarrant County: http://www.tarrantcounty.com/covidvaccine  

January 5, 2021 UPDATE 
Burleson Public Health has applied to the State of Texas to be a provider of COVID-19 vaccines. The city has been approved and is waiting for vaccines to be supplied. Currently, there is no timeframe on when the vaccines will be made available to Burleson Public Health.  

Due to limited vaccine availability, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has prioritized the first groups to receive the vaccine as follows: 

  1. Healthcare workers
  2. Residents of long-term care facilities
  3. People over the age of 65
  4. People 16 or older with conditions that put them at a greater risk of severe disease or death from COVID-19

When Burleson Public Health receives vaccinations from the State focus will be to provide vaccines to the groups listed above. Burleson Public Health will keep the community regularly informed regarding its vaccination efforts and how people in the priority groups can receive a vaccine.

Where to find the vaccine? 

Residents can sign up for the COVID-19 Vaccine with Tarrant County Public Health at this link (you do not need to live in Tarrant County) https://tcph.quickbase.com/db/bq3q4uet8 

The below link provides a list of vaccine providers anywhere in the state including the Burleson area.  You MUST call first to schedule an appointment  at the top left corner, you can search on any city or zip code with in the state. 

https://txdshs.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=91ac7fb5e5fd47e7ada4acfe4a05920a (*Please note the City of Burleson has no control over this link or map. We also have no contact with any of the providers on the map. We are only sharing this information.) 

The Texas DSHS has also posted information and resources on its COVID-19 Vaccine Information Website

To find a vaccine provider, go to the DSHS website provided above and scroll to "What do I need to do now?" and click on vaccine provider locations. Each location is marked with a colored dot. Click on the dot to view the name, address and phone number of the provider. Most providers are requiring scheduled appointments and are not accepting walk-ins.  A person can receive a vaccine in any location listed on the website as long they are in an approved priority group.