Coronavirus Testing Centers: Find COVID-19 Testing Near You
State guidelines and testing criteria differ by state, please read or select appropriate state below.
- Call your local healthcare provider or hospital if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
- Test providers will determine if testing is appropriate for your case based on local criteria..
- Call the coronavirus test site before you go to confirm all final details.
- If you are in generally good health and have mild symptoms:
- Stay home and take care of yourself like you would for a cold or the flu.
- If symptoms worsen:
- Call your doctor. If you need help finding a doctor or accessing medical care, call 2‑1‑1 and they can direct you to low- or no-cost providers in your area.
- If you develop symptoms and are a high-risk individual:
- High-risk individuals include people 65 years or older, and/or people with medical issues, like heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, or a weakened immune system. Call your doctor and follow their instructions.
Texas Testing Criteria
- Doctors determine if patients should be tested. You do not need health insurance to be tested if your health care provider recommends it.
- Testing is available from public and private labs in the state. To be tested by the public health laboratory, patients must meet the state’s criteria, which evaluates a combination of symptoms and risk factors. Public health testing also requires the local health department’s approval.
- The state has several drive-through testing sites. Locations may use different screening criteria to determine testing eligibility, call ahead to see if you meet those criteria.
- Turnaround time for results depends on where the test is done and when it was sent.
*This listings are updated regularly with the latest, publicly available data. The number of testing centers changes quickly.