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Posted on: May 8, 2020

Texas Department of Emergency Management to offer mobile COVID-19 testing

Mobile Testing

Texas National Guard mobile COVID-19 testing team will be in Brownwood on Tuesday, May 12 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Coggin Intermediate School gym parking lot, south of the overpass on Austin Ave. The mobile testing team will be equipped to conduct over 100 tests.

Testing is done through a partnership of the Texas National Guard, Texas Health and Human Services, and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM). The drive-through test is free, but appointments are required. 

If you would like to schedule an appointment visit or call 512-883-2400. Please note that all who desire to be tested must register, no symptoms are required, tests will not be done for anyone under 5 years of age, and testing will not be done for multiple persons from the same household. 

When a person registers, there will be a follow-up confirmation call back to the individual; if this is not answered, the person will not be fully registered.  If the person does not receive the confirmation phone call, they will need to call the registration center back at 512-883-2400.

For questions regarding the mobile testing scheduled for May 12 please contact Brown County Emergency Management Coordinator, David Creed at 325.643.2828 (office) or 325.203.3188 (cell).

Residents can also view up-to-date COVID-19 information on the City of Brownwood website at

Other COVID-19 testing options are still available in the area. Residents should contact their primary care physicians for options. The City of Brownwood, Brownwood/Brown County Health Department, Brownwood Regional Medical Center, Texas Department of State and Health Services, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are closely working together to provide the community with the best health practices.   

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