We recommend getting a diagnostic test if you currently have symptoms of COVID-19. If the test shows you’re infected, you can isolate to help prevent spread. Testing also helps public health agencies monitor the spread of the disease.
We’re testing all symptomatic members, as well as members without symptoms who are required to have a test for travel, are coming in for certain surgical procedures, or who require testing for other reasons. We expect our testing capacity to continue to expand in the coming weeks.
To receive a diagnostic test for COVID-19, call our appointment and advice line. If you meet testing guidelines, we’ll give you instructions on what to do next.
It’s important to self-isolate as much as possible while you wait for your test results to avoid getting others sick. If you test positive, you should isolate for 10 days, or until your symptoms are improving and you haven’t had a fever for 72 hours — whichever is longer.