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COVID-19 Antigen Test

This test kit helps you find out if you have been infected with COVID-19 virus. This test is an antigen rapid test that will produce results in 15 to 30 minutes. 


The kit includes everything you need to collect a sample from your nose. It's easy to use and you can do it yourself! 


Visit a Test and Go kiosk to get a COVID-19 Rapid test today!

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The COVID-19 PCR test can be used as a tool to help determine if you have an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease 2019) is a disease caused by a virus which is contagious and spreads quickly.


COVID-19 can cause a wide range of symptoms that may be mild or severe. Most people with a COVID-19 infection have mild symptoms that can feel much like a cold or the flu, but others can become severely ill. COVID-19 may attack more than your lungs and respiratory system. Other parts of your body may also be affected by the disease.


It is important to use a test to know if you have a COVID-19 infection, which can require a period of isolation. If you have symptoms such as high fever, chills, sore throat, cough, and congestion, testing and contacting a healthcare provider immediately can help you receive appropriate treatment options and help protect those around you. If you are experiencing difficulty breathing, you should seek immediate medical attention.  DO NOT WAIT FOR YOUR TEST RESULTS.

The populations at the highest risk for developing complications from this highly contagious virus are those with weakened immune systems who:

  • Are 65 years old and up

  • Have a pre-existing medical condition like diabetes

  • Are taking immunosuppressive medications for organ transplant or cancer


Complications of infection with COVID-19 include heart disease, stroke, and may require a ventilator to support breathing. Long-term effects are known as “post-COVID-19 syndrome.” The single best way to reduce the risk of COVID-19, and its potentially serious complications, is to follow the CDC's guidelines for staying up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines.

Public Health Educational Resources

Additional information is available to you to learn more about these COVID-19 from the following public health resources:

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