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Texas Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information | State of Texas

Learn about the State of Texas’ response to COVID-19, where to find testing, and how you can help. Make sure to seek information from your local city and county government officials too. Be well, Texas!

Last updated June 2, 2020 at 1:59 PM

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Stay at home. Stop the spread. Save lives.

Do your part to keep fellow Texans safe!

Practice social distancing

If you must go out, avoid public spaces and keep your distance.

Keep hands clean

Use soap and water for 20 seconds or use 60% alcohol hand sanitizer.

Clean and disinfect

Disinfect frequently touched object and surfaces often.

Stay home when sick

Call your doctor if you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath.

Don’t spread germs

Don’t touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Cover a cough or sneeze using your elbow.

Learn more

Source: Office of the Governor

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Texas COVID-19 Test Collection Sites

Public screening and antibody collection sites are available statewide, in-person, and at drive-thru locations. View the map of all sites to find the closest one to you. Check your location’s hours and referral requirements before your visit.

View Texas COVID-19 test collection sites

Use the COVID-19 Self-Checker to see if you need to get tested. Report your exposure to people with COVID-19 to protect your community.

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Case Counts in Texas

Understand and monitor the spread of COVID-19 across Texas, including statistics on cases reported, fatalities, and patients recovered.

Texas case counts map

Find county-specific information on Texas’ COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard.

View Texas Dashboard

Agency Resources

Get state agency information and resources

Texas state agencies are ready to help you navigate these trying times. Visit their websites to get the latest information on agency-specific programs and available resources.

Helpful Links

Dept. of State Health ServicesEducation AgencyEmergency ManagementHealth and Human ServicesMotor VehiclesOffice of the GovernorPublic SafetyWorkforce Commission

Want to share information or an idea with the Governor’s Strike Force to Open Texas?

Contact the Strike Force

I need support for COVID-19

Find services and support resources

The State of Texas is here to help minimize the impact of COVID-19 for Texans. Find resources for individuals, families, businesses, and frontline workers. You’re not alone.

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Frontline workers childcareMedicaid and CHIP servicesSchool meal finderSmall business assistanceUnemployment benefits

I want information about COVID-19

Learn about COVID-19 healthcare, safety, and testing

It’s important to understand the symptoms of COVID-19, prevention tips and safety guidelines, and testing sites across Texas. Get the latest information from state and federal resources.

Helpful Links

Texas COVID-19 test collection sitesCOVID-19 Self-CheckerFast-track nurse licensingGovernor orders and waiversCOVID-19 travel informationOpen TexasPrevention tipsSymptomsTexas case counts

I want to help with the COVID-19 response

Texas needs supplies, services, and equipment

The State of Texas is seeking critical equipment and capacity for medical providers, such as personal protective equipment (PPE), alternate care sites, and infection-control products. If you have products, sites, or equipment available for the state to consider procuring, please click the appropriate links below. Thanks for your support!

Selling to TexasDonate equipment to Texans

Texas needs volunteers

If you’re an active or retired health care provider, a medical or nursing student, or just a Texan who wants to help, please click the Register to Volunteer link. We appreciate your support!​

If your healthcare facility needs volunteers, please use the Request Volunteers link to submit a request for medical and/or non-medical staffing support.

Register to volunteerRequest healthcare volunteers

Help the Texas COVID-19 Response Efforts

Make a difference through a secure, tax-deductible donation with the OneStar Foundation.

Make a donation now

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