Some COVID-19 testing, vaccination locations will close week of Feb. 21 – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Posted on February 14, 2022

As demand for COVID-19 tests and vaccinations has declined in recent weeks, the city will temporarily cease operations at various locations on Monday, February 21. If at any time public demand returns for these services, the city has the ability to respond quickly and restore the sites.

The city will continue to offer:

  • Vaccinations for special requests and pop-up events.
  • Vaccinations at First Street Mission Homeless Aid every Wednesday.
  • Vaccinations of housebound residents every Thursday.
  • Targeted neighborhood awareness through canvassing, screening and vaccination on Fridays and Saturdays, as planned.
  • Testing at the TEXRail North Side station.

These screening and vaccination operations will closed from the week of February 21:

  • Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex.
  • Heritage Church of Christ.
  • Como Community Center.
  • Scarborough-Handley Field.

Access to testing and vaccinations remains widely available through Tarrant County Public Health and at many private entities such as pharmacies, hospitals and doctor’s offices.

For more information, contact the COVID-19 Hotline by email or at 817-392-8478.

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