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COVID-19 vaccine information:
The Williamson County and Cities Health District does not have COVID-19 vaccine available for the general public. Individuals wishing to get the COVID-19 vaccine who are in Phase 1A (health care workers and emergency responders) should contact the provider they normally receive their vaccines from to learn about their process. Those in Phase 1B (people age 65 and older and people with chronic medical conditions) should be aware that they may not be able to receive the vaccine until additional supply is available in our community. The State Health Department projects vaccine availability for the general public no earlier than springtime.
We know you have questions about how the City and area organizations are responding to the COVID-19 situation, and what those restrictions mean for you, your family, and your business. We’ve included the most relevant, important information below and update this page daily. Please also consider following us on Facebook and signing up for our weekly e-newsletter.
COVID-19 Case Counts
- For State of Texas’ information, visit the Department of State Health Services website or dial 2-1-1 and choose Option 6.
- For health-related questions about COVID-19 and updated confirmed case counts in Georgetown and Williamson County, visit the Williamson County and Cities Health District COVID-19 website or call its hotline at (512) 943-3660.
- State of Texas Open Texas Plan