Harris County Commissioner R. Jack Cagle announced recently the opening of two COVID-19 testing sites in Precinct 4 within the week at locations in Tomball and Humble.
Harris County Public Health opened the first testing site in Tomball on April 14. That site will perform testing on registered visitors April 27-29.
A second Public Health testing site opened in Humble on April 20. The Humble location will test registered visitors May 7-9.
Each site is expected to handle as many as 100 tests per day, with that number increasing daily. The addresses of the sites will be provided to those successfully completing their registration, but will otherwise remain undisclosed to discourage unregistered visitors. Unregistered visitors will not be tested and will be turned away by security officials.
To determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19, please visit checkforcorona.com/harris-county#/welcome. Those deemed to be at risk for coronavirus will be given a code and phone number to call. After a telephone consultation, those still deemed to be at risk will be given another unique code and information on where and when they are to be tested. Those assigned for testing should bring a photo ID and any other information requested by the phone screener. Walk-ins will not be tested.
Those with questions may call Harris County Public Health at 832-927-7575 for more information.