Last updated: July 9, 2020
Stay informed on the status of COVID-19 testing in the U.S. with regular updates posted here.
Everlywell COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit: Available now, FDA authorized at-home sample collection kit.
Everlywell COVID-19 Test Clinical Setting Kit: Bulk purchase available for qualifying organizations who can distribute and facilitate testing in a clinical setting.
To date, we’ve supplied testing to thousands of frontline healthcare workers, seniors, and high-risk patients nationwide by partnering with qualifying hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and government agencies.
Everlywell received an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the FDA for our COVID-19 Test Home Collection Kit for diagnosing COVID-19: learn more here.
Kroger offers free COVID-19 testing to employees and expands drive-thru testing to 12 states: krogerhealth.com
(4/21/20) LabCorp launches at-home COVID-19 self-collection kit for healthcare professionals: Pixel.LabCorp.com. "Initially, the COVID-19 self-collection kits will be made available to healthcare workers and first responders who may have been exposed to the virus or may have coronavirus symptoms," LabCorp says.
(4/6/20) CVS Health announces opening of rapid COVID-19 drive-through testing sites in Georgia and Rhode Island: learn more here. According to CVS Health, "Patients will need to pre-register in advance online at CVS.com in order to schedule a same-day time slot for testing."
(3/29/20) Los Angeles works with Everlywell to get coronavirus test kits to seniors and community healthcare providers on Skid Row: learn more here.
(3/27/20) Apple has launched a COVID-19 screening tool and is working to add testing sites to Apple Maps: Apple.com
(3/27/20) Where the U.S. is on at-home testing for COVID-19: learn more here. “Right now, it’s difficult to know when at-home testing kits will be available, particularly as guidelines and directives continue to change amid a rapidly evolving public health crisis,” says Elaine Howley in a U.S. News & World Report article. “But companies that work in this space have been moving quickly to be ready for the day they can ship tests to consumers at home.”
States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC (source: CDC)