When and where to wear a mask can be confusing, please CLICK HERE to see the current CDC guidance on when and where to wear a mask.

Looking to find the Level of Community Transmission where you live or are traveling to?

Use the Covid County Check Here

Report COVID-19 home test results to help your community.

You can report negative or positive tests for yourself or any member of your family.

Reportar los resultados de las pruebas caseras de COVID-19 para ayudar a su comunidad.

Puede reportar resultados de pruebas negativas o positivas para usted o cualquier miembro de su familia.

Contact Us


MRC Coordinator mrcandersoncotx@gmail.com

MRC Assist Coordinator asstancomrccoordinator@gmail.com

Media Coordinator mediaancomrc@gmail.com

Phone: 903-204-4054

If you would like to view these briefings in Youtube select the link below

All prior COVID Briefings on Youtube from 2/22/21 to present

To find a vaccine provider near you 

To find a vaccine provider near you, visit Vaccines.gov or your state or local public health department website.  You can also text your zip code to 438829 to get 3 locations near you with vaccines in stock. If you prefer your information in Spanish, text your zip code to 822862. You can also call the National COVID-19 Vaccination Assistance Hotline at 1-800-232-0233 to get help in English, Spanish, and more than 150 other languages. It also has a TTY line to support access by hearing impaired callers. If you or someone you know is hesitant about COVID-19 vaccination, CDC has information and answers to frequently asked questions to help inform the decision. 

Need a Ride to a vaccine Appointment, and live in Anderson County TX?

Call 1-800-590-3371 to book a ride!

GoBus is transporting anyone to COVID Vaccine appointments for FREE!!


*Please book 24 hours in advance

*Please wear a mask 

Anderson County TX Medical Reserve Corps

“The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a community-based, civilian, volunteer program that helps build the public health infrastructure of communities nationwide. Each MRC unit is organized and trained to address a wide range of challenges from public health education to disaster response.” 

You will be redirected to an outside website when you click the link, select Anderson County Medical Reserve Corps when given a choice

Be Ready 

Preparing for Disasters will help you to respond effectively, Get Ready Today!

Go Bags

Having a Go Kit allows you to be ready for a disaster, make one Today!

ProTip: If you live in the County but work in the City, sign up for both systems!