Covid Testing Near me

Book Covid Testing Near you at any of your favorite Pharmacies among CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens Pharmacy, Rite Aid Pharmacy.

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Rapid Covid Testing Near Me

COVID Testing Near Me State-by-State

State*COVID-19 Testing Information
AlabamaFind a health center near Alabama. Please call ahead to make an appointment. For local testing information, visit the Alabama health department’s website .
AlaskaFind a health center near Alaska. Please call ahead to make an appointment. For local testing information, visit the Alaska health department website. 
American SamoaFor local testing information, visit the American Samoa health department’s website. 
ArizonaFind a health center near Arizona.  For local testing information, visit the Arizona health department’s website.
ArkansasFind a health center near Arkansas. For local testing information, visit the Arkansas health department’s website. 
CaliforniaFind a health center near CaliforniaFor local testing information, visit the California health department’s website. 
ColoradoFind a health center near ColoradoFor local testing information, visit the Colorado health department’s website.
ConnecticutFind a health center near Connecticut . For local testing information, visit the Connecticut health department’s website. 
DelawareFind a health center near DelawareFor local testing information, visit the Delaware health department’s website.
District of ColumbiaFind a health center near Columbia.  For local testing information, visit the District of Columbia health department’s website.
FloridaFind a health center near Florida.  For local testing information, visit the Florida health department’s website.
GeorgiaFind a health center near Georgia . For local testing information, visit the Georgia health department’s website. 
GuamFor local testing information, visit the Guam health department’s website.
HawaiiFind a health center near Hawaii. For local testing information, visit the Hawaii health department’s website. 
IdahoFind a health center near IdahoFor local testing information, visit the Idaho health department’s website.
IllinoisFind a health center near Illinois. For local testing information, visit the Illinois health department’s website.
IndianaFind a health center near IndianaFor local testing information, visit the Indiana health department’s website.
IowaFind a health center near LowaFor local testing information, visit the Iowa health department’s website. 
KansasFind a health center near KansasFor local testing information, visit the Kansas health department’s website.
KentuckyFind a health center near Kentucky.  For local testing information, visit the Kentucky health department’s website. 
LouisianaFind a health center near LouisianaFor local testing information, visit the Louisiana health department’s website.
MaineFind a health center near Maine. For local testing information, visit the Maine health department’s website.
MarylandFind a health center near MarylandFor local testing information, visit the Maryland health department’s website.
MassachusettsFind a health center near MassachusettsFor local testing information, visit the Massachusetts health department’s website.
MichiganFind a health center near Michigan. For local testing information, visit the Michigan health department’s website.
MinnesotaFind a health center near Minnesota. For local testing information, visit the Minnesota health department’s website. 
MississippiFind a health center near MississippiFor local testing information, visit the Mississippi health department’s website.
MissouriFind a health center near MissouriFor local testing information, visit the Missouri health department’s website.
MontanaFind a health center near MontanaFor local testing information, visit the Montana health department’s website.
NebraskaFind a health center near NebraskaFor local testing information, visit the Nebraska health department’s website.
NevadaFind a health center near Nevada. For local testing information, visit the Nevada health department’s website.
New HampshireFind a health center near New HampshireFor local testing information, visit the New Hampshire health department’s website. – PDF
New JerseyFind a health center near New JerseyFor local testing information, visit the New Jersey health department’s website.
New MexicoFind a health center near New MexicoFor local testing information, visit the New Mexico health department’s website. 
New YorkFind a health center near New York. For local testing information, visit the New York health department’s website.
North CarolinaFind a health center near North CarolinaFor local testing information, visit the North Carolina health department’s website.
North DakotaFind a health center near North DakotaFor local testing information, visit the North Dakota health department’s website.
OhioFind a health center near OhioFor local testing information, visit the Ohio health department’s website.
OklahomaFind a health center near Oklahoma.  For local testing information, visit the Oklahoma health department’s website.
OregonFind a health center near Oregon. For local testing information, visit the Oregon health department’s website .
PennsylvaniaFind a health center near Pennsylvania. For local testing information, visit the Pennsylvania health department’s website.
Puerto RicoFor local testing information, visit the Puerto Rico health department’s website.
Rhode IslandFind a health center near Rhode Island. For local testing information, visit the Rhode Island health department’s website.
South CarolinaFind a health center near South CarolinaFor local testing information, visit the South Carolina health department’s website.
South DakotaFind a health center near South DakotaFor local testing information, visit the South Dakota health department’s website.
TennesseeFind a health center near TennesseeFor local testing information, visit the Tennessee health department’s website.
TexasFind a health center near TexasFor local testing information, visit the Texas health department’s website .
UtahFind a health center near Utah.  For local testing information, visit the Utah health department’s website.
U.S. Virgin IslandsFor local testing information, visit the U.S. Virgin Islands health department’s website .
VermontFind a health center near VermontFor local testing information, visit the Vermont health department’s website.
VirginiaFind a health center near VirginiaFor local testing information, visit the Virginia health department’s website.
WashingtonFind a health center near WashingtonFor local testing information, visit the Washington health department’s website.
West VirginiaFind a health center near West Vir;ginia.  For local testing information, visit the West Virginia health department’s website.
WisconsinFind a health center near WisconsinFor local testing information, visit the Wisconsin health department’s website.
WyomingFind a health center near WyomingFor local testing information, visit the Wyoming health department’s website.

CVS Covid Testing Near Me

How testing works at CVS

  • Choose a reason for testing Answer a few questions to help us understand your symptoms and risk of exposure.
  • Schedule a visit, Select a test site and available time. Fill out the registration form.
  • Get ready Bring insurance card and proof of identity if you have them, as well as test confirmation email or text message. Be sure to have your mobile phone in case we need to reach you.
  • Take the test, Upon arrival, follow instructions posted at the site. Testing methods and turnaround times will vary by location.
  • Access your results We’ll text you a secure link to view and download your results for 5 days. We’ll also send you emails to activate a MyChart  account, which will give you permanent access to your results.
Covid Testing Near me available in select states at CVS Pharmacy
  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • District Of Columbia
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Iowa
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Massachusetts
  • Maryland
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Nebraska
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • Nevada
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin
  • West Virginia
Covid Testing Near me not available in select states
  • Alaska
  • Idaho
  • South Dakota
  • Vermont

Test type :

A COVID 19 test is available that can test for current or past infections.

  • A Viral test will tell you if you are currently infected. Two types of virus tests are available: nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) and antigen test.
  • An Antibody test (also called a serology test) can tell you if you have been infected in the past. Antibody tests should not be used to diagnose the current infection.

Schedule your Appointment for Cvs Covid Testing/Appointments

 *Please note: Due to large demands, Sometimes Appointments are not available. You may have to check regularly to Schedule your appointments 

Walgreens Covid Testing Near Me

Book Covid Test according to your preferences based on the below Test Type. Walgreens also offers Drive-thru and Home-based Covid Testing, to book an appointment online please follow the below Process.

Test type :

A COVID 19 test is available that can test for current or past infections.

  • A Viral test will tell you if you are currently infected. Two types of virus tests are available: nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) and antigen test.
  • An Antibody test (also called a serology test) can tell you if you have been infected in the past. Antibody tests should not be used to diagnose the current infection.

Who should be tested for the current infection?

  • People with COVID 19 symptoms.
  • People who have had close contact with people with COVID 19 should be tested for infection.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals should be tested 5-7 days after the last exposure.
    • People who are not fully vaccinated should be tested immediately if they are found to be in close contact. If the test result is negative, it should be retested 5-7 days after the last exposure or immediately if symptoms appear.
  • Unvaccinated people who participated in activities at high risk of COVID 19 because they cannot be physically distanced as needed to avoid exposure such as walking around.
  • An individual who has been asked or referred to be tested by a health provider, state, tribe, external symbol of the area, or the local health department.

The CDC recommends that anyone with signs or symptoms of COVID 19 be tested, regardless of vaccination status or previous infection. If you are being tested because you have symptoms or may have been exposed to the virus, stay away from other pending test results and follow the advice of your doctor or public health worker.

How to Get Covid Test at Walgreens

FREE drive-thru Covid Testing options?

Walgreens offers three types of free* drive-thru testing for ages 3+. Appointments are available for up to two days in advance. Online booking only.

Diagnostic Lab Test (PCR)
RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel Test

  • Most turnaround times  within 72 hours  (varies based on location)1
  • Samples are sent to a laboratory for testing
  • Meets pre-travel testing requirements

Rapid Diagnostic Test (ID NOW)
Rapid Molecular Test

  • Results are available within 24 hours
  • Samples are tested on-site
  • Meets most pre-travel testing requirements, including Hawaii

Rapid Antigen Test (BinaxNOW)
Rapid Antigen Test2

  • Results are available within one hour
  • Samples are tested on-site
  • Offered at limited locations
  • May meet pre-travel testing requirements; check with your destination

Schedule your Appointment for COVID Testing at Walgreens

 *Please note: Due to large demands, Sometimes Appointments are not available. You may have to check regularly to Schedule your appointments 

Rite Aid Covid Testing Near Me Booking

Covid testing Near Me : Rite Aid offers painless Covid Testing at most of the Drive-Thru tests locations. Thanks to a partnership with the white house and the department of health and human services.

Requirements for Covid Testing at Rite Aid

Get tested for Covid 19, if You:

  • Do not need immediate medical attentionThis program is intended to expand access to COVID-19 risk screening and testing. It is not intended for people experiencing severe symptoms such as severe cough, severe shortness of breath, severe fever, or other concerning symptoms who may need more immediate medical care. Please visit the CDC website for information on what to do if you are sick.
  • Are 18 years old or older scheduling for yourself or for a child 4-12 years old.
  • Are 13-17 years old with a parent or legal guardian who consents to your test, and will attend and supervise you during the test scheduling for yourself.
  • Are able to get to a testing site in:CaliforniaConnecticutDelawareIdahoMarylandMassachusettsMichiganNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew YorkOhioOregonPennsylvaniaVirginiaWashington

Note: Currently does not meet requirements for Hawaii travel.

See full list of site locations

Test volumes increase over holiday weekends, and if you seek testing during these times, your results may take longer than the expected 2-5 days. If traveling to Hawaii, please note that Rite Aid and Bartell Drugs are not currently among the approved partners for testing prior to travel to Hawaii.

In order to book an appointment for the Covid Testing, you must follow:

  • To start a test log on to riteaid.com answer a few Pre-Screening Questions,
  • If approved sign up for an appointment.
  • Remember appointments are not available in store.
  • On the day of your Test be sure to bring your government-issued ID Card like a license drive for the drive-through at your selected rite aid testing location, a Rite Aid pharmacist will greet you and confirm your appointment and identity they’ll place a testing kit through the window of the drive-through then they’ll walk you through the test.
  • First take the Covid Testing kit from the drive-through window, Open the wrapper of the swab & place the swab midway in your nose rotate or circle twice then holding your nose for 15 seconds, repeat the same steps with the same swab in the other nostril.
  • When finished open the collection tube place the soft end of the swab down in the tube carefully break the shaft of the swab gainst the side of the tube using your thumb and forefinger.
  • Carefully bend the shaft at 180 degree angle, this may take a couple of attempts on each side of the Shaft.
  • Make sure the shaft of the swab and the collected specimen do not exceed the level of the tube opening then replace the cap of the tube.
  • Put the kit packaging and broken into the swab back in the testing box And place this back in the drive-through window.
  • You’ll receive your results via the email you provided at registration if positive a healthcare worker will call you results take between two and Seven days.

Book Your Covid Testing Near Me at Rite Aid

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