TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas - Travis County officials say they've run out of the free at-home COVID-19 test kits they were offering to the public by appointment only at county community centers. Officials say they do know when their next shipment of tests will come in.
Residents had been advised to call the community center most convenient to them to make an appointment. The centers were expected to be open until 1 p.m. Wednesday, December 22nd and were set to reopen on Monday, December 27th. Officials did not say if the centers would reopen on the 27th.
The following locations were offering the kits for pick-up:
- Del Valle: South Community Center at 3518 FM 973 in Del Valle, call 512-854-1520
- Manor: East Rural Community Center at 600 W Carrie Manor St. in Manor, call 512-854-1550
- Jonestown: Northwest Rural Community Center at 18649 FM 1431, Ste 6A in Jonestown, call 512-854-1500
- Oak Hill: West Rural Community Center at 8656 SH 71, Ste 100 in Austin, call 512-854-2130
- Pflugerville: North Rural Community Center at 15822 Foothill Farms Loop in Pflugerville, call 512-854-1530
- Central Austin: 5325 Airport Blvd in Austin, call 512-854-4120
The county says that the test kits expire on January 31.
A map of Travis County Community Centers can be found here or below:
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