MISSOURI.– The U.S. now has more than two and a half million confirmed cases of the virus, about a quarter of the 10 million cases worldwide.
The National Guard is partnering with DHSS, local health departments, and health care providers to offer community COVID-19 testing events for the residents of Missouri.
The test will be done by a nasopharyngeal swab to determine if you have COVID-19, this is not an antigen or antibody test.
To register, you will select which testing site and appointment time you wish to register for on a subsequent page.
If you do not see any community testing events in your area, you can continue to check back with this page as new sites will be added as events are planned.
Current Testing Sites Available:
|Carthage Memorial Hall||Carthage||Jasper||June 29-30||June 29: 7am-3pmJune 30: 10am-6pm||Registration open|
|Reeds Spring Middle School||Branson West||Stone||June 29||7am-3pm||Registration open|
|Cassville High School||Cassville||Barry||June 29||7am-3pm||Registration open|
|207 NW Memorial Drive||Hamilton||Caldwell||June 30||4:30pm-8pm||Registration open|
|Cox Branson Orthopedics and Neurology Building||Branson||Taney||June 30 – July 1||June 30: 7am-7pmJuly 1: 7am-3pm||Registration open|
|Main Street Baptist Church||Greenfield||Dade||July 1||10am-6pm||Registration open|
|Cole County Health Department (Former Location)||Jefferson City||Cole||July 7-9||7am-7pm||Registration open|
|601 West Main Street||Maysville||DeKalb||July 7||4pm-8pm||Registration open|
|Libla Family Sports Complex-Three Rivers College: 2080 Three Rivers Boulevard||Poplar Bluff||Butler||July 7-9||July 7: 10am-6pmJuly 8: 7am-3pmJuly 9: 7am-1pm||Registration open|