As of Monday, March 29, everyone age 16 and older became eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas.
Residents are encouraged to contact their medical provider or one of the many organizations providing COVID-19 vaccinations. Currently, residents can schedule to receive vaccinations at Dell Diamond through Curative.
Vaccine assistance by phone
Williamson County has set up a call center to serve as a resource for residents interested in COVID-19 vaccine information. The call center number is 512-943-1600. The call center is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call center representatives can assist individuals with information such as how to sign up on the County’s vaccine waitlist, confirm that someone is on the waitlist, give information about the County’s vaccine plan and share details on the County’s Vaccine Registration Technical Assistance (VRTA) sites. Please note, the call center representatives cannot issue COVID-19 vaccine appointment confirmations, check where someone is on the FHS waitlist, or give any medical advice.
Gov. Greg Abbott on March 2 issued an Executive Order (GA-34) increasing capacity of all businesses and facilities in the state to 100 percent.
Gov. Abbott has issued multiple Executive Orders related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Below are resources available through the Governor’s office:
Governor’s Strike Force to Open Texas — business resources, minimum health protocol checklists and more
News Archive — news releases from the Governor’s office
Legislative Reference Library of Texas — a comprehensive list of Executive Orders from the Governor’s office
Face coverings for individuals age 10 and older are no longer required by City ordinance.
- Wednesday, April 21 — Mass vaccination providers move to direct scheduling as Williamson County closes waitlist
- Thursday, April 8 — City Council votes to repeal face covering ordinance effective Thursday, April 22
- Thursday, March 11 — Dell Diamond to serve as COVID-19 vaccination site