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Find COVID-19 TEST SITES

Are you or is someone close to you sick or has symptoms? Do you work outside the home? You should get tested for coronavirus. There are many locations where you can get tested at no charge to you.

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Individuals meeting any of the following updated MDHHS COVID-19 prioritization criteria can be tested:

High Priority:

  • Hospitalized patients with symptoms

  • Any healthcare worker, first responder, or congregate care facility worker with symptoms

  • Residents in any congregate care facility, including prisons and shelters, with symptoms

Priority:

  • Persons with symptoms of potential COVID-19 infection, including:

    • Cough
    • Shortness of Breath
    • Fever
    • Chills
    • Muscle Pain
    • New Loss of Taste or Smell
    • Vomiting or Diarrhea
    • Sore Throat
       
  • Asymptomatic patients in preparation for surgical procedures, as deemed necessary by the treating clinician

  • Asymptomatic people with known exposure to a person with confirmed COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19

  • Asymptomatic people living or working in a congregate care facility or other high-risk setting (i.e. nursing home, jail, prison, homeless shelter, assisted living facility, etc.) that:

    • Had a confirmed case among residents or workers
    • Is located in a region of medium risk or higher, or
    • Is receiving patients from an area of medium risk or higher
       
  • Asymptomatic people who work in a profession that puts them at high risk of exposure, including:

    • Repeated close contact of prolonged duration with the public
    • Working in a high-risk profession where clusters of infections have been identified (i.e., migrant workers, food processing facilities, etc.)
    • Working in person during a period of strict social distancing (i.e., Stay Home, Stay Safe) or, in areas with some sectors re-opening, having worked in person during the period of strict social distancing
       
  • Persons identified by clinicians or public healthofficials who can be tested for public health monitoring research purposes (i.e. serology, sentinel testing

  • Testing to increase rates per million per day in communities facing inequity in access (i.e., areas with higher proportion of racial/ethnic minorities, rural communities)

Permissible:

  • Persons without symptoms who are prioritized by local health departments or clinicians, for any reason
  • Asymptomatic people living or working in a congregate care facility or other high-risk setting (i.e. nursing home, jail, prison, homeless shelter, assisted living facility, etc.) in any region
  • Asymptomatic people leaving their home for work