Need a COVID-19 Test? Here’s Where to Go in Central Illinois.

Do you need to be tested for COVID-19? According to the CDC, there are three main criteria for getting tested:

  • You have symptoms of COVID-19.
  • You have had close contact with someone confirmed to have COVID-19. Testing is not recommended until at least 5–7 days from day of exposure.
  • You have been referred to be tested by your doctor or your local or state public health department.

If you are tested or identified as a close contact, you should self-quarantine or isolate while your results are pending. Follow all guidance you receive from your doctor and public health officials.

Current COVID-19 testing locations in central Illinois include: Christian, Logan, Macon, Montgomery, Morgan, Pike, Sangamon and Scott counties. Contact information can be found on the Memorial Health System COVID-19 webpage at .

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