Visit our online
Testing Sites Locator to find the COVID-19 testing site nearest you and obtain instruction information and operational hours.
You may also find testing information and options available through local hospitals.
If you test positive and/or develop symptoms of COVID-19, you need to remain home until the following criteria are met:
If you have symptoms, you should stay home until you feel better and follow the advice of your health care provider. You should consider being tested again if your symptoms persist/worsen.
If you were tested due to recent close contact to someone with COVID-19, you must still complete the 14 days of quarantine, even if you test negative. If you develop symptoms during the remainder of the 14-day time period, you should self-isolate and be tested again.
A negative test result does not mean you won’t test positive in the future. It is important that you continue to practice the 3 W’s, monitor your symptoms, and get tested again if needed.
More guidance on testing is available from the
N.C. Department of Health and Human Services.
County services are operating at a limited capacity. Questions about COVID-19? Call Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400