COVID-19 Information and Prevention

Stronger Together: How the City is keeping you informed
COVID-19 Vaccination Info

Walk-In Vaccinations

San Marcos CISD 

Curative is offering vaccinations at San Marcos High School. The first dose is available on July 29th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The second dose will be administered on August 19. 

COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

Vaccine Clinics 

Business and Organization Facilities 

Business and organizations can now schedule a clinic for employees and members. For more information, contact Jennifer Whiddon at 512-781-5608 or Victoria Padilla at 512-618-1127

Empresas y organizaciones pueden hacer una cita para progamar una clinica para sus empleados y miembros! Para mas informacion, contacte Jennifer Whiddon a 512-781-5608 o Victoria Padilla a 512-618-1127. 

Health and Hospitality Facilities 

Local long-term care, assisted living, and hotels can schedule a clinic for all  employees and residents. For more information, contact Makayla Tey at 512-393-5540. 

Asistencia local a largo plazo, vida asistida y hoteles hagan cita para una clinica para sus empleados y residentes. Para mas informacion, contacte a Makayla Tey a 512-393-5540. 


State Mobile Vaccine Program

Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Division of Emergency Management, and the Texas Military Department recently announced the expansion of the State Mobile Vaccine Program to include groups of five or more Texans who voluntarily choose to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Texans can call 844-90-TEXAS and select Option 3 to schedule a mobile vaccine clinic to vaccinate groups of friends, families, employees, volunteers, and more. Homebound Texans are also encouraged to call the hotline and select Option 1 to request a state mobile vaccination team to visit their home. The call center is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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COVID-19 Closures and Restrictions

Although City offices are open, many City departments utilize WaitWhile to manage appointments which allow visitors to arrive, check-in from their mobile device, and wait in their vehicle until staff is ready to receive them for the appointment. For current COSM operating procedures listed by department, click here

Until further notice, group meetings will still be held virtually. 

Under the rules of Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-36, government entities may no longer mandate masks.

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June 29, 2021 COVID Curative testing site

The testing is provided at no cost to the individual and is available to anyone, whether or not they reside in Hays County. Curative is now billing private insurance companies for testing services, but there will be no out-of-pocket cost to the individual being tested. Those without insurance will not be turned away and will receive the test for free.

Over 10,000 tests have been administered at the San Marcos Curative test site since testing began in October 2020. These numbers do not include testing done at Texas State University and do include individuals who do not reside in Hays County.

Hays County COVID-19 Dashboard

If the Hays County COVID-19 Dashboard doesn’t display below, click here  to open it in a new tab.

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Sign up to receive text updates through Hays County. You can get alerts sent straight to your phone. Text "COVID" to 844-928-3213 to receive alerts when vaccine appointments become available. If you no longer wish to receive text alerts, text "STOP" to 844-928-3213, and your phone number will be removed from the alert system.

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Other Pages to Visit 

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