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 develop a fever and/or symptoms of respiratory illness:
      • This includes cough or shortness of breath. Call a health care professional, especially important if you are within 14 days of travel from an affected area or within 14 days of close contact with a COVID-19 patient.
      • If you do not have a primary care provider, call local health district. They will be able to walk through symptoms with you and determine the next steps if you need to be tested.
      • Older people, people with underlying medical conditions, and people with compromised immune symptoms should contact a healthcare provider early.
  • If you experience severe symptoms:
      • This includes persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, or bluish lips or face. Contact a health care provider or emergency department and seek care immediately.

  • At this time, asymptomatic people are not being tested.
  • To determine who should be tested, providers evaluate a combination of symptoms and risk factors, which include:
      • Patients with a fever or signs/symptoms of lower respiratory illness who have had close contact with a laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patient within 14 days of symptom onset.
      • Patients who are hospitalized with a fever and signs/symptoms of lower respiratory illness, and a history of travel from affected geographic areas with widespread or sustained community transmission within 14 days of symptom onset.
      • Patients with a fever, severe acute lower respiratory illness, and a lack of alternative diagnosis
  • Testing is available from the Ohio Department of Health State lab, some private labs, and several hospitals. Results are generally available in 24 to 48 hours.

For more coronavirus information, visit the Ohio Department of Health’s website or call their COVID-19 call center at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH open 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily. 

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

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