COVID-19 Testing Information

Cabarrus Health Alliance does not currently oversee or operate COVID-19 testing. Please access testing information at one of our testing partners websites below:

COVID-19 Testing Resources

I’ve been tested, now what? (PDF)

For information on StarMed Testing, visit:

https://starmed.care/

For information on Moose Pharmacy Testing, visit:

https://www.moosepharmacy.com/

For information on Cannon Pharmacy Testing, visit:

https://cannonpharmacies.com/covid-19-testing/

For information on TrueCare Pharmacy Testing, visit:

https://truecarerx.com/covid19/

For information on CVS Testing, visit:

https://cvshealth.com/covid-19/testing-locations

For information on Walgreens Testing, visit: 

Walgreens.com/COVID19Testing

For information on Atrium Coronavirus Testing, visit:

https://atriumhealth.org/about-us/coronavirus/ 

For information on Novant Health Coronavirus Testing, visit:

https://care.novanthealth.org/coronavirus/ 

For information on Carolina Pharmacy Testing, visit:

https://carolinapharmacy.com/covid-testing/charlotte/

North Carolina Online Tools for Testing

Having more than tripled the amount of testing completed just a month ago, North Carolina continues to ramp up testing. The new online tools are intended to help people know if they may need a test, how to get a test and how to monitor their own symptoms if advised to do so by a contact tracer. These tools include:

  • Check My Symptoms (www.ncdhhs.gov/symptoms), a public website that allows people to enter their symptoms to determine if they should consider getting tested for COVID-19. If a test is recommended, they will receive a link to a list of nearby testing sites via email or text.
  • Find My Testing Place (www.ncdhhs.gov/TestingPlace), a public website that allows people to enter their county or ZIP code and access a list of nearby testing site locations online.
  • COVID-19 Community Team Outreach (CCTO) Tool, a password-protected online software that helps people track their own symptoms if they have been advised to do so by the COVID-19 Community Team. The tool is also a platform that helps streamline and integrate contact tracing work across the state.

Steps to Take After a Positive COVID-19 Test - Tammy Alexander explains what happens next on Cabarrus This Week.

Updated Guidance on Who Should be Tested for COVID-19

There is updated guidance on who should be tested for COVID-19. The new guidance recommends that clinicians test any patient in whom COVID-19 is suspected and ensure the following populations have access to testing, regardless of symptoms:

  • Anyone with symptoms suggestive of COVID-19
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
    • Fever
    • Chills
    • Repeated shaking with chills
    • Muscle pain
    •  Headache
    • New loss of smell and/or taste
  • Close contacts of known positive cases, regardless of symptoms
  • Persons who live in or have regular contact with high-risk settings (e.g., long-term care facility, homeless shelter, correctional facility, migrant farmworker camp)
  • Persons who are at high risk of severe illness (e.g., people over 65 years of age, people of any age with underlying health
    conditions)
  • Persons who come from historically marginalized populations
  • Health care workers or first responders (e.g. EMS, law enforcement, fire department, military
  • Front-line and essential workers (grocery store clerks, gas station attendants, etc.) in settings where social distancing is difficult to
    maintain

Questions? Contact Cabarrus Health Alliance Health Information Line at 704-920-1213 or healthinfo@cabarrushealth.org.