Coronavirus Information

Last Updated: Jan. 10, 2022

Testing

Denton County Public Health Testing
(Note: If DCPH testing sites are booked, scroll to the bottom of this page to find additional testing locations.)

Tarrant County Public Health Testing


Town of Flower Mound Response

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Vaccine Information

The Flower Mound Fire Department has exhausted its limited supply of the vaccine. We ask the community to please refrain from calling the Fire Department with questions regarding vaccine availability, at this time. The Fire Department does not anticipate receiving any additional fire dose allotments.

If you are eligible, you can register with Denton County Public Health or Tarrant County Public Health to receive the vaccine. You can also reach out directly to your personal healthcare providers and other sources, such pharmacies, to check vaccine availability.

Confirmed Cases in Flower Mound

Recovered Cases in Flower Mound

Denton and Tarrant Counties provide a count of the recovered confirmed cases. To view that data, visit https://bit.ly/2JAQeBw (Denton County) and https://bit.ly/3a0kpx7 (Tarrant County).

Unfortunately, due to privacy laws around personal medical information, that is all the information surrounding this news the Town can share. For additional questions, please contact the Denton County Public Health Department, which has set-up a hotline at 940.349.2585 for community members seeking additional information. The call center is open weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Staying Connected to Public Health Officials

The Town of Flower Mound follows the guidelines and recommendations set forth by the Denton County Public Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the CDC. In addition, the Town’s Emergency Management Office is in communication with the Denton County Public Health Department and other health partners to ensure the Town has the latest information and is proactively protecting residents and Town staff.