Blanco County COVID-19 Case Information
Information Updated: 07/25/2022
|Current Level of Community Transmission
(CDC COVID County Data Tracker)
|Current Risk Level
(COVID Act Now)
|Current Estimated Active Cases
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Total Cases - 2020 to Present (DSHS)
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Past Peak Levels of Active Cases
|Wave 1 - 8/8/2020
|Wave 2 - 2/9/2021
|Wave 3 - 9/14/2021
|Wave 4 - 1/23/2022
|Wave 5 - 7/8/2022
Blanco County COVID-19 Testing Information
Blanco County offers COVID-19 testing to anyone who lives or works in Blanco County, regardless if you have insurance or not. If you are in need of COVID-19 testing, please go to:
Once your registration has been processed, you will be contacted by EMS to set up your appointment.
COVID-19 test requests submitted before 2pm each day are normally scheduled the same day.
The primary testing offered in Blanco County is a highly accurate rapid antigen test, which yields results in less than 30 minutes, so that you can get answers quickly. Molecular (PCR) testing is also available, within a typical turnaround time of 1-2 days.
For more information about the types of tests available, please click here.
Blanco County COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccine is managed by the State of Texas. Blanco County received it's initial shipment of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine on January 5th, 2021 and immediately began vaccinations.
Everyone age 18 and older is now eligible to receive Moderna COVID-19 vaccines and boosters in Blanco County!
This 'mass-vaccination' site is the result of a collaborative effort between Blanco County, Blanco County ESD 1/North Blanco County EMS, Blanco County ESD 2, Blanco County Fire/EMS Auxiliary as well as countless medical professionals who are graciously volunteering their time to get Blanco County vaccinated!
Vaccinations are available through the EMS Stations in Blanco County, in both Blanco and Johnson City.
To register for the COVID-19 Vaccine, please go to the Vaccine Registration portal below:
Click Here - Blanco County COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Portal
Blanco County COVID-19 Questions
If you have any questions regarding COVID-19, including questions about COVID-19 testing or the COVID-19 vaccine, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can call the Blanco County COVID-19 Hotline at (844) 868-8308, however you may experience long wait times due to high call volume. For the fastest response, we do recommend submitting your questions via email.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, you should call 911 for assistance.