Downtown Pflugerville testing site to operate under new hours, registration portal

In addition to updated hours, all appointments must be scheduled via a new online portal. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
In addition to updated hours, all appointments must be scheduled via a new online portal. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

In addition to updated hours, all appointments must be scheduled via a new online portal. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The city of Pflugerville announced Jan. 29 the downtown COVID-19 testing facility will operate under new hours beginning Feb. 1. The site, located at 103 Railroad Ave., Pflugerville, will now operate from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

In addition to updated hours, all appointments will be scheduled via a new online portal. Appointments are required for testing.


The testing site is free to all individuals, regardless of symptoms. For additional questions about the facility, click here.


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