COVID-19

Coronavirus/COVID-19

The City of Southlake's primary concern with the COVID-19 pandemic is the health and safety of our community and members of our team. We are working with our local, state and federal partners, following advice and directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), and the Denton and Tarrant County Health Departments. In addition to managing City  operational impacts, we are also managing contingencies that could affect public programs, meetings and facilities. 

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Local Case Data

Local case data for Southlake can be viewed through the Tarrant County and Denton County case data.

Vaccine Information

The State of Texas is currently vaccinating all adults and children (only through specifically approved vaccines). Information about vaccines from the State of Texas, Tarrant County and Denton County is available at the links below. 

Tarrant County Vaccine Info
Denton County Vaccine Info
Text: State of Texas Vaccine Information

City Resources

Testing Resources

Case Information

For information at the state, national and world level, click on the links below. 

Texas Case Counts

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National Updates (CDC)

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Worldwide Dashboard

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Other Resources

These links provide good resources for tracking the progression of the outbreak and finding answers to frequently asked questions.

Information for Specific Groups

The CDC has provided resources and information for these specific groups:

What You Can Do Today

  1. Reduce Your Risk of Being Infected or Infecting Others
  2. Follow Declarations Issued
  3. Stay Informed From Trusted Sites

We can do a few things and we’ve probably heard them all before. They won’t guarantee to protect us from infection, but they can reduce our risk of infection. These are just as useful for avoiding influenza (flu) virus infection during flu season and for preventing COVID-19, once the local community is known to have it circulating.

Wash your hands for 20 seconds & more frequently than you do now. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Try not to touch your face.

Stay home if you are sick, and avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.