The Coronavirus has become a global outbreak with reports of infected patients from almost every country. The panic among citizens seem to be rising with each passing day as new cases are being reported. However, most places are now setting up their own COVID-19 testing centers. For those living in Texas, here is a list of Coronavirus testing centers in Texas where they can get themselves tested for the virus.
For all those who suspect that they might be infected with COVID-19 according to the symptoms described, they must immediately go see their nearest doctor. However, on the way to the doctor, they must be mindful of the places they visit and the people they come into contact with as Coronavirus is a highly infectious disease. One should also keep themselves at a bay from people who have recently travelled abroad. Washing and sanitizing one's hand is also an important step to keep in mind.
LabCorp is a private testing center where doctors can send samples for testing coronavirus. LabCorps have a number of testing centers all over Texas. These are Kingwood, Arlington, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Euless, Dallas, Keller, Amarillo, Katy, Mesquite, Richardson, Corpus Christi, Tomball, Round Rock, Cleburne, El Paso, Abilene and McKinney.
Besides these, the State Labs of Austin, El Paso, Houston, Dallas, Lubbock and Fort Worth have also become Coronavirus testing centers in Texas. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has also given permission to some private labs to develop their own tests as COVID-19 testing centers. Officially the State currently has medical equipment to test as many as 125 patients daily for COVID-19.