What questions should I ask the site that is conducting rapid testing?
  • What type of rapid test are you offering, molecular or antigen?
  • Does the rapid test being offered have Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA?
  • Is the rapid testing covered by insurance?
  • Which insurances does the test site accept? You should also check with your insurance company before you are tested that the site and the test will be covered.
  • Are there any additional costs associated with the testing that may not be covered by my insurance?
  • Are the samples being taken from a state certified CLIA waived vendor and are they sent to a CLIA certified laboratory?

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1. Should I get tested?
2. Where can I get tested?
3. What should I know about At-Home testing?
4. How do I order the free At-Home rapid testing kit?
5. How can I get to a testing site if I don’t have transportation?
6. If I have no symptoms, should I get tested for COVID-19?
7. What is the difference between the tests available?
8. Should I get tested if I think I have been re-infected?
9. What about COVID-19 at-home tests if I am blind or low vision?
10. Where can I get ongoing care including primary care if I am uninsured?
11. How much does it cost to get a COVID-19 test?
12. What about antibody/serologic testing?
13. Where can I find more testing resources and information?
14. What should I bring when I get tested?
15. How do I get my results from my test?
16. How soon will I get my results?
17. What is the difference between a rapid test and quick lab turn-around time?
18. How are rapid COVID-19 tests different from other tests?
19. What are the different types of rapid COVID-19 tests available?
20. What should I know about rapid testing before getting a rapid test?
21. What questions should I ask the site that is conducting rapid testing?
22. What options are there for a homebound person to get tested or vaccinated?
23. What are the requirements for travel?