Updated Aug. 29, 2022
Getting Tested for COVID-19
If you are concerned that you may have COVID-19 because you have symptoms, we recommend that you get tested right away. If you are concerned that you have COVID-19 because you know you had an exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we recommend that you get tested at least 5 full days after exposure, regardless of vaccination status. If testing with an at-home test and you receive a negative result on your first test, take a second test within 24-48 hours.
Where to Go
Several testing options and locations are available in Spokane County, including
- Local clinics offering testing, including low- and no-cost options,
- Community testing sites,
- And at-home testing, including free COVID-19 tests provided by the state and federal governments.
Use the tabs above to find more information about different testing options. If you have a primary care provider, we recommend contacting them to inquire about testing.
Keep in Mind
Each testing location follows their own protocols. Some locations offer walk-in screening for anyone while others ask that you first speak to a healthcare provider via phone or virtual visit.