COVID-19 Testing

Maricopa County is working with trusted partners to provide testing in communities around the valley. The goal is to enhance the testing capacity already put in place by the state of Arizona and some cities. 

Please view testing site event details and criteria before walking in and/or setting up an appointment.

Find out what you should do while you're waiting on test results or if you find out you've tested positive for COVID-19. 

Community Testing Events

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Other Testing Sites

Embry Health > (drive-thru testing)

ASU Saliva Testing > (scroll-down on page for site locations)

City of Phoenix Mobile Testing Sites >

CVS Retail Testing Sites >

Walgreens Drive-Thru Sites >

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who can get a test?
  2. Where can I get a test?
  3.  How much is a test?
  4.  Does insurance cover it?

If you have COVID-like symptoms or have been around someone with COVID-like symptoms, you should get a diagnostic test and stay away from others until you know your results.

Remember: you don’t have to feel sick to test positive for COVID-19. An estimated 40% of positive COVID-19 cases are either asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic. Those people are still able to pass COVID-19 to others, and the people they expose can have more severe symptoms.

So think about who you’ve been around and what exposure you may have had.  If there’s any doubt, get tested.

You can also use the CDC’s symptom checker to help you make testing decisions.