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 have returned to their normal schedule unless noted otherwise. Read the latest service availability update.