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COVID test near me
As COVID-19 cases increase in Columbus, you may be looking for where you can get tested to see if you have coronavirus.
The state of Ohio has a database of all the places you can get tested. It is a combination of private businesses and retail sites, community health centers, libraries and other local partners that provide access to testing.
This database is particularly useful as some sites require proof of vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test to attend events.
“Demand for testing is exceptionally high and each testing site has its own inventory controls and protocols for public access to testing,” according to the site. “When you find a testing location, it’s important to call ahead to make sure the tests are available and to determine how to access the tests.”
Where can I get a quick COVID test
You can find locations for context tests, on-site quick tests, and places where you can buy a home quick test. You can search for locations near you by zip code or county.
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