In case you haven’t heard, Midland has created a registration link in anticipation of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution.  According to the information on the article that was obtained from the Midland Unified Command Team, in anticipation of a large weekly supply of the vaccine, administration of the vaccine will be by appointment only.  The vaccine will be administed to 1A and 1B individuals on January 25th at the Midland County Horseshoe Backstage facility.  For 1A Phases (healthcare workers) or 1B (over 65 and/or diagnosed with a chronic disease) and have not had COVID-19 in the past 90 days, you can visit  to register to get on the list for this and future allocations of the vaccine by clicking on the “Click to Register” button.  You will be assigned an appointment time and date once on the waiting list in regards to scheduling (you will NOT receive a phone call) by way of e-mail or text message with information. The info/communication will come from or from this number, 1-855-897-1447.  Once you have a confirmed date/time for your vaccine all forms required for the registration process will be sent prior to appointment date and must be completed online before arriving for the vaccine. Failure to complete registration process prior to vaccination appointment date/time may result in a delay in receiving your vaccination.  Take a valid picture ID with you to the appointment, show up on time and wear a short sleeve or sleeveless shirt.

Location and arrival information:


Midland County Horseshoe facility

2514 Arena Trail


Enter Horseshoe parking lot from either Garfield or I-20 Service Road.

Follow signage and volunteers around the Horseshoe property to the northside and park near the Backstage building


Map of location has been made available at

EZ rider will be providing bus routes to the Horseshoe vaccine location from the Downtown Transfer Center at :15 after each hour for those who are unable to drive.

Bus routes can be found at


The Unified Command Team thanks Midland College, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Team Rubicon and many volunteers for their partnership in the mass vaccination effort.

Information can be found at

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