Find COVID-19 Tests

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or think you may have COVID, you should stay away from others when you can, wear a mask, and get tested.

If you test negative and do not have symptoms, make sure you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccinations. Preventing severe illness through vaccination is your best treatment. Get a vaccine or find out if you need a booster.

If you test positive, stay away from others and follow the CDC's isolation guidelines. If you are having trouble breathing or experience any of these warning signs, seek medical care immediately. Treatment supply is limited across the country, and will be used for those at highest risk of severe disease — talk to your doctor to see if there is a COVID treatment available for you.

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1. NO-COST Community Testing Event Finder

There are no-cost community testing events across the state. Check the NO-COST Community Testing Event Finder to see if there is an event near you.

2. Test Site Finder

Local health departments, pharmacies, urgent care and other locations also provide testing. There may be a fee. Use the Test Site Finder to find locations near you.

3. NO-COST COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit Program

Residents 18 and older can request a no-cost at-home COVID-19 test collection kit for themselves online or through several community partner organizations. Parents or guardians of residents under 18 can request a no-cost at-home COVID-19 test collection kit for those aged 2-17.

4. Pick up or order an at-home testing kit

At-home COVID-19 tests are an option for anyone who can’t make it to a testing site:

  • Check with your local pharmacy for availability.
  • Order a free at-home COVID-19 test: Use the test order form or call toll-free at 1-800-232-0233.
    • Limit of one order per residential address.
    • One order includes four individual rapid antigen COVID-19 tests.
    • Orders will ship free starting in late January.

Review a list of tests approved by the FDA for emergency use.

5. Your health care provider

Your regular health care provider may also have testing available. Contact your provider for details.

More Information about Testing

Determine what you should do while you are waiting for your test results, and what to do after your test results are available.

Steps to Take After Testing