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Diagnostic RT-PCR self-swab nasal tests are done at Snohomish Health District testing locations. The FDA approved NAAT COVID-19 tests are processed by a CLIA-certified lab. The Snohomish Health District does not perform rapid COVID-19 tests.
A website has been set up at https://redcap.link/Snohomish-COVID19-Testing where people will be asked a series of screening questions and, if they meet testing criteria, will be given an appointment time and a testing identifier number. If there are multiple people who will be coming in the same vehicle to be tested, each of them needs to answer the questions and get an individual number.
People who are being tested should arrive no more than 15 minutes before their appointment, and they will remain in their cars the entire time. Individuals must have an appointment, a testing identifier number and photo ID ready when arriving at the testing site.
If appointment times are not listed, it means that we are fully booked. Continue to monitor the Snohomish Health District’s webpage and social media for updates.
You are expected to receive a phone call or text message from the Snohomish Health District with your test results in 3-4 business days.
For those tested after April 13, your test results will be made available by the Snohomish Health District. You will receive instructions from staff on how to get those sent to you, or you can email email@example.com for assistance.
No. Drive-thru testing expanded on other testing options, but did not replace existing testing offered by many local healthcare providers. We still encourage you to contact your medical provider by phone or online if you have symptoms. They may refer you for testing, but remember, not everyone needs to be tested and most people can recover at home.
No. This is specifically for COVID-19 testing.
We have limited resources for testing (testing kits, staff, personal protective equipment for medical providers). We have to prioritize.
This testing option is not meant to replace or eliminate other testing avenues offered by many local healthcare providers. The goal is to supplement those options in order to ease some of the pressure on the existing system.
People still should contact their medical provider for guidance and assessment if they have any of these symptoms, or other health concerns. For medical emergencies, they should call 911 and notify the dispatch personnel that you may have COVID-19.
There is no vaccine or cure at this time. Read more about what to do if you have COVID-19.