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 ill with fever and a cough or shortness of breath:
- Stay home. If you are unsure of how to care for yourself or are concerned about your condition, call your health care provider for advice. If you feel you need to visit your doctor, call them first.
- Anyone with a fever and cough should assume their illness could be COVID-19 and take steps to protect others in the community and household from the disease.
Washington Testing Criteria
- Providers determine who should be tested, following guidance to focus testing on high-priority symptomatic patients, which include:
- Patients hospitalized with severe lower respiratory illness
- Patients who work in any setting where health care services are delivered (including: hospital, department of corrections, juvenile detention centers, mental/behavioral health clinics, long-term care facilities)
- Patients working in other public safety occupations (e.g., law enforcement, fire fighting, EMS)
- Patients who live or work in an institutional or congregate setting (e.g., corrections, long-term care facility, homeless shelters)
- Patients working in critical infrastructure occupations (e.g., grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, gas stations, public utilities, etc.)
- Providers arrange for sample collection. Samples are then sent to the state public health lab, commercial labs, or the University of Washington Virology Lab for analysis.
- Results are generally available within 24 to 48 hours. Turnaround time can be affected by demand.
Washington Contact Information
- For more information, read the Washington State Department of Health’s medium article on testing or visit the department’s coronavirus website.
- If you have questions about what is happening in Washington, or how the virus is spread, please call 1-800-525-0127 and press # from 6 am to 10 pm, seven days a week.
*This listings are updated regularly with the latest, publicly available data. The number of testing centers changes quickly.