Anyone who develops symptoms of COVID-19 -- even those who are fully vaccinated or have had COVID-19 in the past -- should contact their health care provider about testing as soon as possible. Early testing is critical to slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Clark County.
People who are fully vaccinated and were in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 should get tested 3-5 days after exposure, even if they don’t have symptoms. They do not need to quarantine at home but should wear a mask indoors in public for 14 days following exposure or until the test result is negative.
Here is guidance for people who have or think they have COVID-19:
COVID-19 testing locations
Most health care facilities now offer COVID-19 testing. People who are unable to access testing through their regular health care provider, those who do not have a health care provider or those who are uninsured can contact the following facilities to request testing:
- Delta Direct Care, 2370 E Third Loop, Suite 203, Vancouver. Call to schedule a drive-thru testing appointment. 360.999.5138. Cost is $90 for antigen test (rapid test), $140 for molecular test.
- Legacy GoHealth. Two locations. Must schedule virtual visit before going into the clinic. If uninsured, virtual visit costs $49.
- Hazel Dell: 8013 NE Sixth Ave., Vancouver. 360.787.4151.
- Cascade Park: 305 SE Chkalov Drive, Suite 170, Vancouver. 360.787.4135.
- Rite Aid, 2800 NE 162nd Ave., Vancouver. Register online to schedule an appointment. Drive-thru testing. No cost, regardless of health insurance coverage.
- Rose Urgent Care and Family Practice. Two locations. Call to schedule an appointment. 360.952.4457. No cost for uninsured.
- 650 N Devine Road, Suite B, Vancouver.
- 18 NW 20th Ave., Battle Ground.
- Walgreens. Various Walgreens locations with drive-thru pharmacies. No-cost testing. Visit the Walgreens website to find locations and register for an appointment.
Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should call their health care provider or one of the above facilities in advance so the facility can take steps to prevent exposing others.
For those who do not have a health care provider and need medical care, visit the Clark County Medical Society for a list of medical clinics offering free and low-cost medical care.