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The Frisco Chamber of Commerce is diligently working to update this page as information is received. Our goal is to provide easy-to-understand explanations of how the resources found here impact individuals and different-sized businesses, by providing toolkits and links to much-needed documents.

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Frisco Chamber To Distribute COVID-19 Test Kits To Local Businesses

Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM), in partnership with the Frisco Chamber of Commerce, as well as other chambers of commerce throughout the state, has created a program to distribute COVID-19 nasal swab rapid test kits. Each kit has 40 tests and one bottle of solution. Each kit must be maintained in one location due to supply constrictions within each kit. These kits are available to qualifying businesses in the Frisco area while supplies last.

To be considered to receive a test kit or kits, please fill out this form. If your business qualifies, we will begin notifying eligible businesses with further directions, including a requirement for one person within the organization to complete an online training and a commitment to reporting to TDEM as test are administered.

 

Once the information is received, the Frisco Chamber will qualify the business and, if notified, one employee from the organization must take an online training course and pass a test, certifying them as a test administrator for employees within their organization. This certificate must be provided to the Frisco Chamber prior to allowing the pick up of the kits.

Questions? For questions, email testing@friscochamber.com.

Texas Department of State Health Services

Please check the Texas Department of State Health Services website for a list of vaccine providers. The Frisco Fire Department has set up an information-only phone line at 972-292-6306. The message will be updated as the Frisco Fire Department learns more about vaccine distribution.

Where Do I Get the Vaccine?

Find COVID-19 vaccines near you (vaccines.gov).

Denton County establishes Vaccine Interest Portal

Denton County’s Vaccine Webpage  offers community members an opportunity to verify eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine under the current Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) eligibility requirements.  Follow this link to find Denton County’s Vaccine Interest Portal.   Please note:  Denton County advises your submission does not schedule you for DCPH vaccine clinic. Vaccine demand and availability will impact how long it will take for you to receive your invitation for an appointment.

Collin County sets up wait list for COVID-19 vaccine

Collin County launched a vaccine wait list on January 5, 2021, for Collin County residents who meet Texas Department of State Health Services Phase 1A and 1B categories for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The online form will take requests in the order received, let the registrant know where they are in line for the vaccine, then notify them when vaccines become available from the county’s health department and schedule appointments.  Read additional details from Collin County.

Important COVID-19 Updates

TSA-E Hospitalization Rates

Where do we stand now?

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Latest Executive Orders – Governor Abbott

Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order (GA-34) lifting the mask mandate in Texas and increasing capacity of all businesses and facilities in the state to 100 percent effective March 10, 2021. You can view the Executive Order here.

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