To get tested, check your state or local health department for testing location options. You can also check with occupational health or university health services for options unique to your employment or institution. It is important to call testing locations ahead of time to determine how long it will take to receive results, cost of testing, and wait times at the testing center. These things can change rapidly and website information may be outdated. If you have symptoms, be sure to call your primary care provider before getting tested.

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