COVID Testing Resources

We have compiled information on neighboring states and their COVID-19 resources below. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, and prospective participants should do their due diligence to find a location suitable for their needs.

D.C. 

DC Health COVID-19 Website:
General Information and Resources  
https://coronavirus.dc.gov/  

 

D.C. COVID-19 Testing Sites:
Testing locations include: mass testing ( drive-up or walk-up testing sites operated by the District of Columbia), Neighborhood testing ( walk-up testing at District Fire Stations & Pop-up testing at Federally Qualified Healthcare Centers), provider testing (sites facilitated by Hospitals, Doctor’s Offices, Clinics, etc.).
https://coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

 

Virginia 

Virginia Department of Health COVID-19 Website:
General Information and Resources
https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/  

 

Virginia COVID-19 Testing Sites:
This map/list is intended to help provide information of known locations of various COVID-19 test sampling sites and does not constitute endorsement by VDH. Unless otherwise noted in a site’s description, all sites are sampling for PCR tests. There may be additional sites that offer test sampling that are not included on the map and the status of listed sites are subject to change (may no longer perform COVID-19 testing services).  Be sure to read the “more info” section on each location for any restrictions or important information. 
https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/covid-19-testing/covid-19-testing-sites/
 

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Department of Health COVID-19 Website:
General Information and Resources
https://www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/coronavirus/Pages/Coronavirus.aspx

 

Pennsylvania COVID-19 Viral Testing Sites: 
Some tests are point-of-care tests, meaning results may be available at the testing site in less than an hour. Other tests must be sent to a laboratory to analyze, a process that takes 1-2 days once received by the lab. Find a testing site near you. Note, some testing sites may require pre-registration, or a doctor’s prescription, in order for a test to be taken. Check with the testing site before going to one of the testing locations. Be sure to read the “notes” section of each testing site location for any restrictions or important information.
https://pema.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1a4c139769d646839e1549bcb6a668f1

 

Other States

If you do not see your state listed, please visit the CDC’s State, Territorial, Local and Tribal Health Department Search and filter by “website” to find your state, territory or local health department’s website for resources, guidance and testing locations.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/open-america/hd-search/index.html