COVID-19

To find out more information regarding COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Updates:

The current Bell County COVID-19 threat level is a Level 2: Significant Uncontrolled Community

1. Significant community transmission with limited evidence of reduction due to public health measures and/or other factors

2. Public health (testing and contact tracing) capacity likely sufficient 

3. Healthcare system at or near surge

 

Read more here.

Click here to find a Texas COVID-19 Test Collection Sites near you.

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.

Click here for helpful information regarding definitions about dashboards.

Helpful Information

Nationwide

To learn more about past and active COVID-19 nationwide cases please visit the CDC Covid data tracker.

Bell County Dashboard

To learn more about Bell County's response to COVID-19 and current information please click here.

Symptoms

If you or someone you know believes they might have COVID-19, please click here to learn more.

Therapeutics

Click here to find where you can get therapeutics for COVID (a physician's order must be obtained).

Testing

Click here to find a COVID-19 testing site location.

Vaccines

Click here to find a vaccination location, or Call 1-800-232-0233 Or Text your zip code to 438829

Click here for an informational video regarding vaccines.

For any other questions contact: 211
or Bell County Emergency Management hotline at 254-933-5203

If needing to schedule a disability vaccine call 844-90-TEXAS


For questions or concerns during and outside of normal hours you may email covid@bellcountyhealth.org








 

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