Drive-thru coronavirus testing ends October 8th
By appointment testing continues at the Logan County Department of Public Health - October schedule included
CVS in Lincoln offers COVID testing

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[October 17, 2020]   COVID testing at the Logan County Fairground will be ending Thursday, October 8th.

The LCDPH will continue with testing, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, 3-4 days a week at the health department offices.

Below is the schedule for the month of October.

Please call 217-735-2317 ext. 237 (Kara Davis) to schedule an appointment.

Tests will be over-nighted to the lab, so return time could be a longer.

Tuesday, October 13--9am-10am

Wednesday, October 14-- 2pm-3pm

Thursday, October 14—9am-10am

Monday, October 19—1pm-2pm

Tuesday, October 20—9am-10am

Wednesday, October 21—2pm-3pm

Thursday, October 22—9am-10am

Monday, October 26—2pm-3pm

Tuesday, October 27—9am-10am

Wednesday, October 28—9am-10am

Thursday, October 29—9am-10am

CVS in Lincoln offers COVID testing

Here is the information specifically for CVS:

Anyone age 12 or older can get tested. Minors under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Answer a few questions to see if you qualify for COVID-19 testing.

Select a test site and available time. Fill out the registration form.

Insurance card and proof of identity are required, as well as test confirmation email or text message. Be sure to have your mobile phone in case we need to reach you.

Upon arrival, follow instructions posted at the site. For rapid testing, results are delivered same day. Otherwise, your sample is sent to one of our lab partners. Average turnaround time for receiving results from lab tests is 2-3 days.

We’ll email you a link to activate your MyChart account. When your results are ready, we’ll email you a link to view them in MyChart. You may also receive a text message with a secure link to view results.

Use this link to register.

[Kara A. Davis, RN, BSN
Director of Nursing/Assistant Administrator/HealthWorks Case Manager
Logan County Department of Public Health]

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