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 think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop symptoms:
      • Gauge your severity. If it is mild and you would not have sought care if not for COVID-19, do not seek in-person care at a doctor’s office, hospital or ER. Instead, isolate yourself from others in your home and call your health care provider or local health department for medical advice.
  • If you are sick and feel you have an emergency:
      • Call your doctor or seek medical care, alerting them that you may have coronavirus.

  • Providers will determine if testing should be done. Tests can be conducted by the state division of laboratory services and commercial labs. Testing is not done on asymptomatic patients.
  • The Department for Public Health must approve of all tests done by the state lab and is prioritizing cases with the greatest need for evaluation from a public health standpoint, which includes:
          • Symptomatic people who work in critical settings with vulnerable populations, such as health care workers, corrections officers, and people who work in long-term care facilities
          • People with a critical illness, where other pathogens have been ruled out and there is an unusual clinical course or clear exposure reported
  • Results from the state lab are expected within one to two days of sample collection. Commercial lab result times may vary.

For more information, call the Kentucky coronavirus hotline at 1-800-722-5725 or visit the Kentucky coronavirus website.

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

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