Community Testing

Testing helps us understand what COVID-19 looks like in our community, helps stop the spread and prevent further outbreaks. Some people may not have symptoms at all. The only way to know for certain is to do a test.


A negative test result before the end of the quarantine period does not rule out possible infection. 
Those with a negative test should still self-quarantine.  By self-quarantining for 14 days, you lower the chance of possibly exposing others to COVID-19. 


Information and local resources for quarantine and isolation

COVID-19 After Testing Guide/COVID-19: Despúes de la Prueba

what your test results mean

Information will be listed below for any upcoming Lane County Public Health free testing events.  

Events will be listed as they are confirmed.

 

LCPH testing at events is free regardless of insurance status. Please bring your insurance card if you have insurance.  

Lane County Public Health will follow-up with any individual with a positive test.  Those with negative test results will not be contacted and we are unable to provide verification of negative results to individuals. 

January 9 & 16, 2021 - Open to all Lane County Residents

Lane County Public Health is providing free COVID-19 testing to  Lane County residents.

Prueba COVID-19 gratuita para la comunidad.

January 9 and 16 from 9:00am-1:00pm at 200 N. Monroe Street in Eugene.

We will have testing for COVID-19 available regardless of immigration status and with or without health insurance for all Lane County residents. If you have health insurance, bring your card.

Vamos a tener pruebas del COVID-19 disponible sin importar su estatus migratorio y con o sin seguro médico para todos los residentes que habitan en  el condado de Lane. Si tiene seguro médico, traiga su tarjeta. 
 
Results take 2-3 days. 
Resultados toman de 2 a 3 días. 
 
Questions? ¿ Preguntas?
(541)-682-4041

January Flyer.pdf

COVID-19 Information -

Resources regarding case counts, vaccines and more (Español tambien).

www.lanecounty.org/coronavirus