Pennsylvania — Think you may have coronavirus, or did you return from a hotspot?
There are locations across western Pennsylvania where you can get tested to find out whether you have the virus.
People who believe they need to be tested should contact their primary care provider to discuss whether testing is appropriate.
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Pennsylvania’s Department of Health announced they will be operating several eight-week regional drive-thru and indoor walk-in COVID-19 testing clinics including one in Armstrong County.
Testing will be available daily from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM starting Jan. 28 - Feb. 1. at the Belmont Complex on butler Road in Kittanning.
Up to 450 patients can be tested each day. Testing is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is free to all patients.
The following information is from the Allegheny County Health Department. You can read more regarding testing by clicking the link above.
Sites allowing asymptomatic testing for COVID-19 in Allegheny County include Rite Aid and MedExpress locations and federally qualified health centers. Visit the Rite Aid website to schedule a testing appointment at their locations. MedExpress asks people to call their nearest center for information. They will test asymptomatic individuals who indicate they need a medical evaluation to return to work or that they may have been exposed. Testing appointments at federally qualified health centers are available through https://alleghenycovidtesting.com.
Local COVID-19 screening and testing locations include those being conducted by AHN, Central Outreach Wellness Center, CVS, East Liberty Family Health Care Center, Heritage Valley Health System, MedExpress, Metro Community Health Center, North Side Christian Health Center, Pittsburgh Mercy Family Health Center, Primary Care Health Services, RiteAid, STO-ROX Family Health Center, Squirrel Hill Health Center and UPMC.
UPMC Urgent Care centers in the greater Pittsburgh area and in Mercer, Venango, Clarion and Erie counties are providing COVID-19 testing with a physician order or as part of an urgent care visit and examination. CLICK HERE for more information.
You can use the Testing Site Locations map to identify where the closest locations are for your address.
Integrated Health 21, a company in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood, is also now offering testing. You can learn more about it HERE.