COVID-19 News & Updates

COVID Testing Available

Free COVID testing at the Marshall Convention Center will be available on Thursday, December 10 from 9am-4pm and Friday, December 11 from 10am-7pm.  You may also visit the Go Get Tested website to find where the Texas Emergency Management group is testing on any given day.

The City of Marshall works in partnership with Harrison County, Marshall-Harrison County Health District, and CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System - Marshall to monitor the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our area. 

The information disseminated to the public is the best determination from the data available at the time of posting. Please note that the reporting of data can be difficult to process due to the number of facilities, agencies, and departments involved.   Testing data will be updated weekly. 

Weekly Report: 

Monday, November 9, 2020 – The Harrison County Health District reports 28 new cases and 18 recoveries since Friday, November 6, 2020, in Harrison County. 

Total Positive Cases – 1,166

Total Fatalities - 35

Total Recoveries – 1,067

Total Active Cases of COVID-19 – 64

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