COVID-19 Testing Sites​

​​​​Tested Positive for COVID, What Now?​​

All the Sacramento County Community COVID-19 testing sites closed at the end of June 2023.

At-⁠home tests are available for sale, check with local retailers and pharmacies to see where at-⁠home tests are available. ​

Testing Site Locator

Use the following link to find a testing site near you: Find a testing site (​. This website is maintained and updated by the California Department of Public Health. Note: Make sure to call ahead to confirm hours of operation and status, as some sites may have closed.​

Community Walk-Up COVID-19 Antigen Testing Sites​​​​​

These services are accessible for people with disabilities.
Requests for reasonable accommodation or reasonable modification of policies, practices and procedures in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may be made by calling 211 (CA Relay 711) or by email at

The Sacramento County Department of Health Services has partnered with Liberty Towers Church to provide a Community-Based Testing Site for free COVID-19 testing for all those living in Sacramento County over the age of 2. To get tested you can pre-register (walk-ups are also taken). Below you can find testing site information, review information about testing and eligibility as well as how to self-administer the nasal swabbing for Antigen t​ests with a quick video and translated transcript.​ 

iHealth At-Home COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing Kit

iHealth_COVID-19_Antigen_Rapid_Test image​If you need assistance with registration or have questions about the CA Rapid Antigen Testing Program, you can contact a call center representative Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm PST at 650-275-5419.

iHealth​​​ At-Home ​COVID-19 Testing:

CDC COVID-19 Guidance & Recommendations​