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What we know about coronavirus testing in Texas

Even as demand for testing has increased, public and federal labs continue to prioritize Texans who meet certain criteria.

A doctor wearing protective clothing administers a test to patient at a drive-thru Covid19 testing facility at Baylor, Scott and White Medical Center in Round Rock, TX.

As of April 1, 2020, this story is no longer being updated. As a result, the information below may be out of date or inaccurate as the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic change.

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How many tests are available in Texas?

Do I qualify?

Where can I get tested?

How much does it cost?

How long do results take?

How does coronavirus compare with the flu?

How long does it take for symptoms to start showing?

What is the course of the virus? How long does it last?

What’s the fatality rate for coronavirus?

Does the flu shot lessen the severity of coronavirus?

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