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FAQs: Drive-thru Testing in Dare County

Should I get tested?
Who can get tested?
Can I get tested if I don’t have an appointment?
Is this mass testing for residents, property owners, and visitors?
Do I need to bring anything with me?
Is this an antibody test?
Is there a cost associated with being tested? Will insurance cover testing? What if I don’t have health insurance?
How long do the results take?
How will I receive my results?
Can I bring others with me to my appointment?
Will my privacy be protected when participating?
I think I am sick with COVID-19, should I get tested at the mass testing event?

FAQs: Testing in Dare County

Is COVID-19 testing being done in Dare County?
Does Dare County share the number of COVID-19 tests that have been reported to Dare County?
How many COVID-19 tests are available in Dare County?
If someone tests positive who is from out of the area will Dare County report the result if it is positive?
I think I need to be tested for COVID-19, what should I do?
Where can I be tested for COVID-19 in Dare County?
Why doesn’t the local health department provide testing?
What happens if I’m tested?
How does the health department monitor PUIs?
What does asymptomatic mean?
What are the plans for mass testing if it is needed?
What is the difference between diagnostic testing and antibody testing for COVID-19?
Are there any places that are conducting antibody testing in Dare County?