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COVID-19 sites on Texas A&M campus closed at least through Tuesday

February 12, 2021, 5:00 p.m. CST

The Texas A&M COVID-19 testing sites will be closed Saturday through Tuesday as the region gets hit with a winter storm.

Officials suggested residents prepare for a multi-day hard-freeze through next Friday (Feb. 19).

Texas A&M announced earlier today that the campus in College Station will have remote-only classes Monday and Tuesday to avoid unnecessary travel. Faculty are asked to communicate their expectations to students prior to Monday.

Nonessential employees also should work remotely. Those who have questions about their status are encouraged to ask their supervisor.

Sick? Anyone who is sick or thinks they might have COVID-19 should visit a healthcare provider, such as at A.P. Buetel clinic, where appointments can be made through the Curative Inc. site. Results are available directly from Curative, usually within 3 days. The test involves a mouth swab.

Vaccine: We recommend that you inquire with your local provider, pharmacy, county hub or hospital to see if they have the COVID-19 vaccine available and would allow you to schedule an appointment. Here is where you can check on availability of the vaccine, and here is where you can sign up for the Brazos County Community COVID-19 Vaccination Hub.

For the latest information, go to Texas A&M’s COVID-19 guidance overview.