Stick Together and Fight The Coronavirus.

For the City of Brownsville, our top priority is the health and safety of our community. We are working quickly to implement measures to protect citizens from COVID-19 and provide the best information available.

The City of Brownsville will be hosting its city-led COVID-19 vaccination clinic for individuals in Phase 1A & 1B this Friday, February 26, 2021, from 8am – 12PM.

The vaccination event will be held at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center located at 301 Mexico Blvd., Brownsville, Texas.

No vouchers will be issued as all individuals must pre-register. No walk-ins will be allowed at the vaccination site.

If you received the first dose of the COVID-19 Moderna vaccine during the City of Brownsville COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic held on Friday, February 5, 2021, you are automatically registered to receive your second dose on Friday, March 5, 2021, at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center located at 301 Mexico Blvd., Brownsville, Texas 78520 starting at 8:00 a.m.

  • No pre-registration required.
  • Email reminder and/or text message will be sent on the phone number provided at the time of the initial registration.
  • Bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card.
  • Bring a photo ID.
  • Pre-fill the COVID-19 Consent Forms and take with you.

Questions? Call the COVID-19 Hotline at 956-394-0012.

Help Us in the Fight Against Coronavirus

The City of Brownsville Covid-19 Dashboard is a tool to use when navigating the reopening of our community. This Dashboard provides current information on Covid-19 cases and how the virus is impacting different areas of the city.

The city attempts to keep the data up-to-date. However, information is updated frequently and comes from different sources.
The Dashboard might vary slightly from other websites and sources containing similar information. (Updated 01/23/21)

Confirmed Cases
Estimated Recovered
Total Population
Pandemic Response 2

COVID-19 Threat Matrix

The Brownsville COVID-19 Threat Matrix is currently at Level Three. Residents should minimize contact with others, limit to 10 people, avoiding any medium or large gatherings and only visiting permissible businesses that follow public health guidance.

Stay Home When Possible

Minimize contact and limit gatherings

Practice Social Distancing


Protect Yourself from Coronavirus

Wear a mask to protect yourself and others and to stop the spread of COVID-19. Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from others who don’t live with you and wash your hands frequently.

Wash Your Hands Frequently

Wear a protective mask

Avoid direct contact

Scheduling Testing and Vaccinations

Testing lead in

COVID-19 Testing

Review Local Testing Schedules

Pandemic Response 3

Upcoming Testing Clinics

I am sometimes asked to explain what sets Brownsville apart from other cities. I must admit, I love answering that question. It allows me an opportunity to talk about our fast-growing business industry, how we are racing towards the future as NewSpace City, and our strong bonds with our surrounding cities as well as our partnership with Mexico.

But my favorite answer as to what makes Brownsville truly special, are the people.

We are a combination of tough and compassionate. We have a history of rising above adversities and coming out stronger. This is why we are so quick to lend a hand when we see our neighbors in need. We understand that like any family, we are stronger when we work together. I encourage you to celebrate the spirit and heart of our community.

We are on the Border, By the Sea and Beyond. We are #BrownsvilleStrong.

~ Mayor Trey Mendez

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What to Do If You Are Sick.

If you have a fever, cough or other symptoms, you might have COVID-19. Most people have mild illness and are able to recover at home. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your healthcare provider.

  • Keep track of your symptoms.
  • If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), get emergency medical care immediately.