LET'S GET TESTED, ILLINOIS!

In an effort to decrease the spread of COVID-19, the State of Illinois has established ten community-based testing sites and seven mobile testing sites that offer drive-through testing for anyone, regardless of age and residency status. These sites target hard-hit communities and vulnerable populations, with the goal of suppressing emerging outbreaks in the State.

 

  • Testing is open to all, regardless of symptoms, at no cost

  • No insurance is required (If you have insurance, please provide, but you will not be charged for testing)

  • No medical referral is needed

  • No appointment necessary

Thank you for doing your part to keep our communities safe and healthy. Please inform friends, family members, and colleagues about the free testing sites available to everyone!

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COVID-19 TESTING BY REGION

Community-Based Testing Sites (CBTS) are drive-through testing sites that operate seven days a week. CBTS are located in centralized areas and are long-term testing sites for communities. Hours vary by location, so be sure to check the website for your location. 

Mobile Testing Sites have the capacity to test quickly and efficiently, relocating to areas where COVID-19 has a higher transmission rate. Mobile sites are located at community centers, schools, and universities, among other locations. Days and hours vary by location.

 

Some sites offer walk up testing. For more information click on the region located below.

There are 16 testing sites located throughout Illinois, find yours by clicking on one of the four regions located below:

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Please fill out this quick survey and let us know about your COVID-19 testing experience.

 

Mobile Testing Sites

Site dates and times vary

Community-Based Testing sites

Open daily

 

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

 

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