UPDATE: As of Wednesday morning, Travis County reports its sites have run out of test kit supply and will be shutting down. This story is now archived.
TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — People can now schedule appointments to pick up free at-home COVID-19 test kits from community centers throughout Travis County.
The county announced Tuesday afternoon that people can call the community center closest to them to set up a time to pick up a test kit. The centers will remain open until 1 p.m. Wednesday and will not reopen until Monday, Dec. 27.
Because of the volume of testing heading into the holidays, a spokesperson for Travis County said people may need to continue to call until they get through or seek other options.
The following locations will have the at-home test kits:
- Del Valle: South Community Center (3518 F.M. 973) — 512-854-1520
- Manor: East Rural Community Center (600 W. Carrie Manor St.) — 512-854-1550
- Jonestown: Northwest Rural Community Center (18649 F.M. 1431, Suite 6A) — 512-854-1500
- Oak Hill: West Rural Community Center (8656 State Hwy 71, Suite 100) — 512-854-2130
- Pflugerville: North Rural Community Center (15822 Foothill Farms Loop) — 512-854-1530
- Central Austin (5325 Airport Blvd)
The test kits expire on Jan. 31, 2022. A map of Travis County Community Centers can be found here.