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***FREE COVID-19 TESTING KITS AVAILABLE***
If you would like free COVID-19 testing kits delivered to you, please visit https://www.covidtests.gov/. There, you can enter your information and place your order. Each household is allowed one order, which contains four tests. Once you have placed your order, these tests will be delivered to you. The tests are available while supplies last.
COVID-19 Testing In Our Offices
Testing is available at our medical offices by DRIVE-THRU and ONLY if staffing and supplies are available. The availability of drive-thru testing will be provided with signage at the entrance of each medical office.
NEW COVID TESTING GUIDELINES (See below)
Please visit our locations page to find a CareSouth Carolina location near you.
The CareSouth Carolina Moby Units are also providing PCR (molecular) COVID-19 testing at various community locations. The schedule can be found on the Calendar tab.
CareSouth Carolina COVID Testing Guidelines
At CareSouth Carolina, we are committed to improving the health and well-being of everyone, therefore we will be implementing new COVID-19 testing guidance to ensure that we are following the most updated guidance from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control).
1) If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 90 days, retesting is NOT recommended. If you have developed new onset of symptoms or need clearance to return to work, you will be offered a telehealth appointment to discuss with a provider.
2) If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 but DO NOT have any symptoms, you need to wait at least 5 days from exposure to be tested. Testing earlier than 5 days after exposure is ONLY recommended if you are having symptoms.
3) If you have NOT been exposed to someone with COVID-19, but you ARE having symptoms, get tested.
4) If you have NOT been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and you are NOT having symptoms, you may still get tested but ONLY if you have not been tested in the last 5 days.
*We offer both rapid antigen and PCR (send-out) testing. Rapid antigen testing availability varies by location and current supply. In certain circumstances, PCR (send-out) testing may be more appropriate for your situation and may be the only test offered to you.