The City of Edinburg understands the importance of providing quick and accessible information to Edinburg residents. This is why the City has compiled a list of frequently asked questions below to better inform the public about Coronavirus and related services. You can learn about locations, dates, times and other important details. If you still cannot find an answer to your question, give us a call at 311, we’ll be happy to help.
You can visit the COVID Testing Location Resource page here to find different testing locations around Texas. Please call ahead to verify availability and other details as necessary.
DHR is offering vaccines at the Edinburg Activity Center. DHR Health is offering the fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are 50 and older. Ages 12 and up who are moderate to severely immunocompromised can also receive the vaccine. The fourth dose can be administered four months after the previous dose.
DHR will continue to offer the first, second, and third dose of the Pfizer vaccine and require anyone seeking the 4th vaccine to provide their vaccine card. No registration is needed.
DHR Health vaccine clinics are located at the Edinburg Activity Center (123 E. Mark S. Peña Drive) for anyone needing a first (5+ years), second (5+ years), third (12+ years), or fourth dose. Vaccines are available every Tuesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
You may call (956) 362-6843 if you have any questions or need a replacement DHR Health vaccine card. (Last Update 04/01/2022.)
For a full list of locations to get vaccinated, including vaccine boosters, visit this page here. Just input your zip code and choose the location most convenient for you.
You can also visit the City’s Independent Pharmacies in Edinburg for a list of pharmacies who have COVID vaccines available here.
DHR Health is offering the fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are 50 and older. Ages 12 and up who are moderate to severely immunocompromised can also receive the vaccine. The fourth dose can be administered four months after the previous dose.
DHR will continue to offer the first, second, and third dose of the Pfizer vaccine and require anyone seeking the 4th vaccine to provide their vaccine card.
Yes. At-home tests for COVID-19 give rapid results and can be taken anywhere, regardless of your vaccination status or whether or not you have symptoms.
They detect current infection and are sometimes also called “self-tests,” or “over-the-counter (OTC) tests.”
How to get an at-home test kit
- Order 4 free at-home tests per household at COVIDtests.govexternal icon. Free at-home tests are also available through local health departments.
- Buy at-home tests online or in pharmacies and retail stores. Private health insurance may reimburse the cost of purchasing at-home tests. Visit FDA’s websiteexternal icon for a list of authorized tests.
- If you’re not able to obtain an at-home test when you need it, visit a community testing site or call your local health department for more options.
For more information, see At-Home Testing.