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  1. COVID-19 Testing

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      Search by region or use your location on the map to find the nearest Virginia Covid-19 testing site. Or check the list of upcoming testing events.

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      Decisions about testing are made by state and local health departments or healthcare providers. You can visit your state or local health department’s website to look for the latest local information on testing. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and want to get tested, call your healthcare provider first. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and are not tested, it is important to stay home.

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    how to avoid catching and spreading COVID-19; Other ways to get a COVID-19 test. If you still want to get tested and you're not eligible for a free NHS test, you must pay for a COVID-19 test yourself. You can buy rapid lateral flow tests from some pharmacies and retailers, in person or online. Do not call 119, as you will not be able to get a ...

  5. Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination | CDC

    COVID-19 can make children and teens very sick and sometimes requires treatment in a hospital. Getting eligible children and teens vaccinated against COVID-19 can help keep them from getting really sick if they do get COVID-19, including protecting them from short and long-term complications and hospitalization. Vaccinating children can also ...

  6. Everyone 6 months or older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey and encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible. In addition, everyone 5 and older should get a booster shot at least 5 months after your second Pfizer or Moderna shot, or at least 2 months after your one dose J&J shot. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and highly effective at preventing you from getting severely ill ...

  7. No-Cost COVID-19 Testing - Quest Diagnostics

    The COVID-19 and Flu Test is only available if you are experiencing COVID-19 and/or flu symptoms. Rapid Antigen tests are only available at limited locations. The molecular tests can detect the virus better than the antigen tests, though no test is perfect. What is a COVID-19 molecular test?

  8. Where to get a COVID-19 test for travel - CNET

    A drive-through test might be the most convenient option. Hyundai Urgent care. Most urgent care centers offer both PCR and rapid antigen COVID-19 tests. You can check the website of local urgent ...

  9. Report your result after using a COVID-19 rapid lateral flow test. Find out what your result means and what you must do. ... Get help to report a test result. If you cannot use the online service ...

  10. Self-Testing At Home or Anywhere | CDC - Centers for Disease ...

    If you were exposed to someone with COVID-19, test yourself at least 5 days after your exposure. If you test negative for COVID-19, consider testing again 1 to 2 days after your first test. If you are going to an indoor event or a gathering, test yourself immediately before or as close to the time of the event as possible.

  11. COVID-19 Testing in Oregon - NIC Inc.

    If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 you should consider getting tested at least five days after exposure, regardless of your vaccination status. If you develop symptoms within 10 days of exposure, get tested immediately and stay home until you know the test results.

  12. Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines | CDC

    Getting sick with COVID-19 can cause severe illness or death, and we can’t reliably predict who will have mild or severe illness. If you get sick, you can spread COVID-19 to others. You can also continue to have long-term health issues after COVID-19 infection. Learn about why you should get vaccinated even if you already had COVID-19.

  13. Testing for COVID-19 | Washington State Department of Health

    When to Get Tested. Test when you feel sick. COVID-19 has a wide range of symptoms, so if you’re not feeling well, it’s best to get tested as soon as possible. Test when you’ve been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Get tested immediately if you’re showing symptoms.