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If you’re looking for COVID-1st9 testing, you’ve come to the right place
Being tested for COVID-19 has never been easier or faster. If you experience COVID-19 symptoms or suspect you may have COVID-19, you should be tested. Here are some options for getting a COVID-19 test.
1. EVENT FINDER FOR COMMUNITY TESTING AT NO COST
Across the state, there are no-cost community testing activities. Check the NO-COST Community Testing Event Finder to see if there is an event near you.
- Inventive+ phrasing. Locate a test site
Testing is also available through local health departments, pharmacies, urgent care centers, and other sites. It’s possible that there will be a charge. To find a test site near you, use the Test Site Finder.
- If you’re looking for a. COVID-19 Test Home Collecting Kits are available at no cost
Residents aged 18 and up can request a free COVID-19 at-home test collection kit online or through a number of community partner groups. Parents or guardians of residents under the age of 18 can receive a free COVID-19 at-home test collection kit for children ages 2 to 17.
a. Your pharmacy can provide you with an at-home testing kit
If you can’t make it to a testing center, you can take COVID-19 tests at home. Check with your local drugstore to see if they have any.
a. Your medical professional
Testing may be offered through your normal health care practitioner. For further information, contact your service provider.
More information on testing
Decide what you should do while you wait for your test results and what you should do after you have them.
After you’ve completed your testing, you’ll need to take the following steps