Coronavirus Testing Centers: Find COVID-19 Testing Near You


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State guidelines and testing criteria differ by state, please read or select appropriate state below.

  1. Call your local healthcare provider or hospital if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  2. Test providers will determine if testing is appropriate for your case based on local criteria.. 
  3. Call the coronavirus test site before you go to confirm all final details.

  • If you have symptoms:
      • Call your healthcare provider. It is important to call ahead before going to see a doctor or emergency room to prevent the spread of illness. Tell them your symptoms and that you suspect you were exposed to someone with COVID-19 or had recent travel to a place that is experiencing community spread.
      • Providers determine if a patient should be tested. If so, they will give advice about where to go for testing, which is being conducted by the state public health lab and private labs.
  • DO NOT go to an emergency room to ask to be tested for COVID-19. If you are having a medical emergency call ahead to the emergency room or call 911 and inform the dispatcher about your symptoms.

  • Patients must be symptomatic and meet the state’s criteria, which evaluates a combination of symptoms and risk factors, to be tested by the state public health lab. 
  • For persons that are part of a high-risk job category, call 303-692 to be directed to a testing facility. These high-risk jobs include: 
      • Healthcare Workers
      • Group Housing Workers
      • Jail Workers
      • Long-term care facility workers
  • Test results from the state lab should be available within 72 hours, depending on the testing volume. Private lab result times may vary.

For more coronavirus information, call the CO HELP line at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911 or visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s webpage.

*This listings are updated regularly with the latest, publicly available data. The number of testing centers changes quickly. 

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