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Home » Health Department » Coronavirus » Testing
Testing is available at many healthcare facilities, hospitals, and clinics in New Orleans. Each facility has its own criteria for who is eligible for a test, so we suggest you call first.
For free community sites, see our community calendar listed below.
If you have questions about COVID-19 and don't have a primary care provider, call the Nurse's Hotline at:
Follow the latest guidelines from the CDC if you test positive or if you think you have been exposed.
Please note that the facilities listed below may charge a COVID-19 test fee, so please call the facility in advance.
Various partnerships with the New Orleans Health Department, CORE Response, and others, will offer free COVID-19 testing in hard-hit New Orleans neighborhoods.
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