Covid 19
COVID-19 Testing
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Sutter Testing Results

 

If you tested at Sutter, you should be able to view your results through MyChart. 

Home Testing

 

If you decide to use an over-the-counter antigen test (e.g. BinaxNOW, Ellume, or Pixel), and test positive, please report those results to Public Health by calling 707-464-0861. 

CVS Testing Drive-Thru 

CVS is offering testing to anyone age 12 or older. Minors under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Testing is FREE and is available 7 days a week. This is available for those who are symptomatic or are close contacts to positive cases.

 

You can schedule an appointment at the CVS website: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/covid-19-testing

You can learn more about eligibility and requirements at the CVS website as well: https://www.cvs.com/minuteclinic/clinic-locator/covid-19-testing/crescentcity-covid-10478.html

 

Provider Testing

 

Most healthcare providers also offer COVID-19 testing to patients who meet testing criteria. If you need to be tested for COVID-19, you can start by reaching out to your normal healthcare provider. Children, especially, should seek testing in consultation with their healthcare provider.  

 

If you do not have a regular healthcare provider, you can contact Sutter Urgent Care at 707-464-8818 or Redwood Urgent Care at 707-298-2011.

 

You may also call the Sutter COVID-19 Advice Line at 866-961-2889 from 8 am to 6 pm every day. 

 

Some healthcare providers are using commercial labs for serology (antibody) testing. Please call your healthcare provider to confirm. Redwood Urgent Care is also offering serology (antibody) testing at their Eureka site.

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Who Should Get Tested

 

As of July 23, 2020, CDPH has updated its COVID-19 testing guidelines. Over the past 3 months, testing has expanded rapidly in California and CDPH has recommended prioritization of testing. More detailed information about testing guidelines can be found on the CDPH website

 

The state-sponsored site is available for anyone who would like to get tested. You do not need to be experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 in order to get a test, but the new guidance from CDPH will impact the order in which commercial labs process tests. 

Testing to be Released From Quarantine

 

Follow the guidance under Close Contacts to figure out when you should test for early release from quarantine.

Retesting After a Positive Test
 

Refer to the guidance under Positive Cases and follow the steps for testing for early release from isolation. 

Updated 02/03/2022