COVID-19: Community Testing Sites
Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in my community?
COVID-19 testing is available at many health clinics, pharmacies, and community testing sites statewide, or by using over-the-counter at-home self-tests. As the federal public health emergency declaration ends on May 11, 2023, testing sites across Wisconsin may discontinue in-person testing.
The map below displays COVID-19 community testing sites in Wisconsin as reported to the Department of Health Services. This map is updated daily and changes frequently. Click on the purple dot for specific information for each testing site, including day(s) of operation, hours, and contact information. Be sure to call the testing location to verify hours of operation and any important appointment information prior to visiting. If you cannot find a testing location in your area, contact your local health department.
What can I expect at a community testing location?
Each site may have different requirements. Check with the testing site location for clarification.
- Many sites will require an appointment before you arrive in order to ensure they’ve collected your contact and insurance information.
- Some sites may ask you to stay in your car. Other sites will screen you before you come indoors.
- Some sites may have age requirements.
- Some sites may require a fee for testing service.
How will I receive my test results?
Many community testing sites will provide rapid results on site before you leave. If you have received a lab-based PCR test, you may be notified of your test results by phone, email, or by logging into your web-based service such as COVID Connect 2 (for community testing sites) or other services such as MyChart (if tested at a health care location). Wisconsin residents seeking testing information are encouraged to reach out to their testing or health care provider. If you are having issues with COVID Connect 2, you can contact DHS COVID Testing (firstname.lastname@example.org) and a technician will reach out to you.
What if I test positive?
If you have mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19, ask a doctor or pharmacist if oral antiviral COVID-19 pills are right for you. DHS also offers a free COVID-19 Treatment Telehealth service that may be able to help you get a prescription for available treatments. Once you test positive, stay home for at least five full days and isolate from other people in your home. Day 0 is the first day symptoms began or the day that your positive COVID-19 test was taken if you don’t have symptoms.
Do you have corrections for the information on the community testing map or table? Send us an email: DHSCOVIDMap@dhs.wisconsin.gov. If your community has a community testing site you would like to be included on this map, please complete this survey with details to be included on the map.