Last updated: April 8, 2020
Stay informed on the status of COVID-19 testing in the U.S. with regular updates posted here.
Everlywell COVID-19 Test: Available for qualifying hospitals and healthcare companies only.
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.
We’re working diligently to get more COVID-19 tests available. There’s an extreme shortage of necessary supplies in the U.S., like nasal swabs, and our team is working to restock inventory as quickly as possible.
(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) 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.”
(3/19/20) CVS opens first coronavirus parking lot model testing site in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts: learn more here. According to CVS, “Testing will initially focus on a critical population: first responders and health care workers.”
States Reporting Cases of COVID-19 to CDC (source: CDC)