COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing Options

Testing Recommendations:

  • Vaccinated or unvaccinated individuals who are experiencing symptoms or COVID-19 are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 and isolate at home until they receive their test results.
  • Unvaccinated individuals who are a close contact to an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 and isolate at home until they receive their test results.

Below is a list of testing opportunities in Scott County. **This list may not be exclusive and testing resources and requirements may change day to day.

  • TestIowa At Home Test Kits
    • Any Iowa residents can test
    • Request or find a local kit at www.TestIowa.com
    • Test kits can be picked up at multiple locations:
      • Scott County Health Department (pick-up AND drop-off) - pick-up 8am-4pm; drop-off by 3:00pm to be included in the day's transport to the state lab
      • Center for Active Seniors Inc./CASI (pick-up ONLY)
      • OR individuals can request test kits be sent directly to their home by going to www.TestIowa.com
    • Test kits can be dropped off at the following:
      • UPS drop off locations/drop boxes
      • Scott County Health Department (weekdays; return kits to our location by 3:00pm)
    • Scott County Health Department PICK-UP and DROP-OFF tips:
      • Test Kits can be picked at the 1st floor front desk of the Scott County Administrative Center (600 W. 4th Street, Davenport)
      • ​Completed test kits dropped off at this location will be taken each weekday afternoon to the State Hygienic Laboratory for testing overnight/next morning
      • At this time, results are expected next day
      • Results will be shared via email
  • Testing by referral from your health are providers
    • Call ahead to your health care provider
    • Be prepared to describe your need to test (if you have symptoms of COVID-19; if you are a close contact of an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19)
  • At-home test kits
    • Test kits can be purchased from many retailers or online
    • Follow all instructions on the test kits
    • If the test kit provides a positive result, you do not need to get a confirmation PCR test; treat it as a positive result and isolate based on public health guidelines

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