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COVID-19

The 2019 Novel Corona virus situation is new and rapidly changing. For the most up to date information please visit the CDC web site which contains important information for travelers and health professionals. It also includes a wealth of information and is being updated as needed. There is also a resource with the Texas Department of State Health Services that may answer some questions. 

Looking for a test site? You can contact your provider or use this link to see what testing sites are available near you. 

For questions or concerns during and outside of normal hours you may call 254-773-4457 and you may also email covid@bellcountyhealth.org

A hotline for COVID-19 questions has been established by the Bell County Emergency Management 254-933-5203. Please call the hotline for questions about the County directive. 

Cases for Fort Hood soldiers that live on post are not counted here as they are not investigated by Bell County. They may appear as Bell County cases on the Texas DSHS dashboard. 

Our new dashboard is here! See the snapshot below with the FULL DASHBOARD linked here. Thanks to Bell County IT for the assistance!

"Ever Hospitalized" references individuals who have ever been hospitalized. 
"Ever in ICU" references individuals who have ever been in ICU. Please remember that those in hospitalized may not be in ICU, but those in ICU are always listed as hospitalized. 
Recoveries are those who have recovered per the CDC criteria. We are recommending that all individuals even if cleared on the basis of this criteria confer with their physician for further advice and for a doctor's note as needed for work purposes. 


Note: Any cases that may present in our smaller municipalities or in County areas will be identified as Bell County cases.

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MENTAL HEALTH MINUTE
Our partners at Central County Services have developed a series on mental health and coping with the mental health challenges associated with COVID-19. See more information here and on their facebook page

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The Health District’s mission is to promote healthy lifestyles in the communities served through education, service, and leadership; to prevent disease and protect the public's health, and to serve as professionals dedicated to public health service.
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