Coronavirus Testing and Antibody Testing Sites

. November 11, 2020.
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Coronavirus Testing sites are a moving target.  As of November 11, 2020, coronavirus testing is available at the following locations. Testing is for individuals 18 and up unless otherwise noted. Call ahead or go on-line to be sure the testing site is open and to schedule an appointment.

 

HEALTH PARTNERS OF WESTERN OHIO

224 Collingwood Blvd.

Toledo, OH 43615-5164

419-549-8870

 

NHA: NEXUS HEALTH CARE

1415 Jefferson Ave

Toledo, OH 43604-5827

419-214-5700

 

NHA: NAVARRE PARK FAMILY CARE CENTER

1020 Varland Ave.

Toledo, OH 43605

(Spanish Speakers Available)

419-214-5700

 

WALMART

5821 Central Ave.

Toledo, OH

866-697-8378

myquestcovidtest.com

 

CVS

2104 Byrne Rd.

Toledo, OH

419-389-9112

cvs.com

 

RITE-AID

3013 Monroe St. 419-243-9803

810 East Manhattan Blvd. 419-729-2907

7225 Airport Hwy. Holland. 419-866-8943

riteaid.com

 

TOLEDO FAMILY PHARMACY

324 Main St.

Toledo, OH

800-635-8611

doineedacovid19test.com

 

THE LITTLE CLINIC

7059 Orchard Centre Dr., Holland.

4925 Jackman Rd.

8730 Waterville-Swanton Rd., Waterville.

888-852-2567

thelittleclinic.com

 

WALGREENS

925 Woodville Rd.

1330 N Reynolds Rd.

706 S. Main St., Adrian, MI.

800-925-4733

walgreens.com

 

RELIABLE DRUG TESTING

7135 Sylvania Ave., Building 2C, Sylvania.

419-517-1027

reliabledrugtest.com

 

URGENT CARE (all ages)

928 Dixie Hwy., Rossford. 567-666-0622

3626 S. Detroit Ave. 419-272-6020

4405 N. Holland Sylvania Rd. 567-803-0426

505 N. Reynolds Rd. 567-803-0421

7224 Dutch Rd., Waterville. 419-517-4664

greatertoledourgentcares.com

 

Antibody testing

 

LABCORP

1565 Byrne Rd.

Toledo, OH

419-381-1300

labcorp.com/antibody-testing

$10.00

No appointment required;  need doctor’s order

 

WOOD COUNTY HOSPITAL

960 W. Wooster

Bowling Green, OH

419-373-7615

woodcountyhospital.org

No appointment required, need doctor’s order.

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