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Where to get a COVID-19 test in Northeast Ohio

Posted: 12:30 PM, Nov 18, 2020
Updated: 2020-11-18 12:34:35-05
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CLEVELAND — With COVID-19 cases continuing to surge across the state of Ohio, it is more important than ever to get tested if you think you may have contracted COVID-19 so that you can quarantine and begin contact tracing to help stop the spread of the virus in our community.

Before you head out to a community testing center, it is important to call first to ensure that the location is still offering tests and to ensure you follow the center's protocols when you arrive. You should also visit the company or organization's website to ensure you are eligible for a COVID-19 test, and to determine if there will be any cost.

The Ohio Department of Health has created a map and list of all the places in your community that you can get a COVID-19 test.

View the map below or click here to view it on the ODH site.

In addition, the ODH hosts pop-up testing centers in various locations across the state. Pop-up testing centers in Northeast Ohio will be listed below as they are announced. Tests at these locations are available to people with or without symptoms, and with no out-of-pocket cost.

See a full list of pop-up testing centers and more information from the ODH here.

Local pop-up testing locations (last updated Nov. 18)

November 19
Rising Star Baptist Church
2943 Wardle Ave.
Youngstown, OH 44505
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.