Officials say some residents don’t have access to the internet, a cell phone, an email address or reliable transportation -- so registering for the vaccine, much less getting it, is nearly impossible.
After administering 12,000 shots last week, Dallas County has about 6,000 doses remaining for this week.
Hundreds of vehicles carrying thousands of people were in line at Dallas County’s Fair Park COVID-19 vaccination site Saturday morning.
Friday’s “one day only” rule change comes amid uncertainty and conflicting information across Dallas County about how to register for the vaccine and where to go.
The county’s message was that the mega site was by appointment only, at least initially focusing on those 75 and older or those with certain conditions.
The mega-site opening is a step in the right direction. More sites are coming online, but the process is slow. And getting the vaccine into the hands of providers is even slower.
Dallas County will start distributing the COVID-19 vaccine on a large scale Monday at a mega public vaccination site at Fair Park.
COVID-19 vaccines will be available at Fair Park beginning on Monday to frontline workers, senior citizens and people with high-risk medical conditions. But, it's by appointment only.
Walmart is bringing a free holiday-themed drone light show to select cities in the U.S. and will also be livestreaming the event.
The North Texas Food Bank will be distributing food staples as well as some holiday items on a first come, first served basis at Fair Park on Saturday.
The future of Fair Park looks very green. A master plan was unanimously approved on Wednesday and the first goal is to build a massive park.
Dr. Jill Biden focused on education and the pandemic during the "drive-in" rally at Fair Park on Tuesday.
Investigators believe a man who was shot near Fair Park drove several blocks before crashing.
The State Fair of Texas and the Red River Showdown are a Dallas tradition. This year, the tradition had to be altered.
The pandemic canceled many State Fair of Texas events but hundreds of students are still taking park in the Big Tex Youth Livestock Auction.
Unhappy people took to social media to complain about the long wait to get into the State Fair of Texas' drive-thru event. Some people even ran out of gas while waiting in the parking lot.
Fans of the State Fair of Texas can still get their fix. But this year because of the pandemic, it's going to be a different, drive-thru experience.
A very important part of the State Fair of Texas, at least for thousands of young people, will go on even though this year’s fair was canceled.
If you are having State Fair of Texas withdrawals, there is a cure coming to Fair Park – a drive-thru experience.
The State Fair of Texas will not open because of the pandemic this year but there are several ways you can get at least a small taste of the tradition.