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Mayor Guajardo gives a high five.

Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo greets a resident receiving a vaccination through the In-Home COVID-19 Vaccination program.

Beginning Thursday, August 12, a partnership between Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo and the City of Corpus Christi Fire Department (CCFD) will offer in-home COVID-19 vaccinations. All vaccinations will be administered by CCFD. Individuals 12 years of age or older will receive the Pfizer vaccine; both vaccines are available for ages 18 and up.

Mayor Guajardo made the announcement during the August 11, 2021 COVID Briefing held at City Council Chambers. This program is modeled after the Save Our Seniors program that provided vaccinations to homebound seniors.

“With COVID cases rising, it is imperative that we make vaccines readily available for whoever wants them,” says Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo. “That means, if we must go to your home to give you the vaccine, then we will do that. We are in this together.”

Starting Thursday, August 12, from 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M., residents seeking in-home vaccinations can call the City of Corpus Christi Call Center at 826-CITY (2489) to register. There is no cost for the vaccinations.

You can also learn about our Save Our Seniors program here.


Call Center Hours:
Monday through Friday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(361) 826-CITY (2489)