Where can I get tested for COVID-19 in my community?
FREE COVID-19 at home tests can be ordered by visiting: COVIDtests.gov
Limit of 4 per household.
If you need a COVID-19 test now, please see resources below:
Testing options in Walworth County are listed below. To view testing sites across the state of Wisconsin, view the map below. Click on the purple dot for specific information for each testing site, including day(s) of operation, hours, and contact information.
Visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 Testing page for additional information: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/community-testing.htm
8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday and Wednesday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday -Ends May 13, 2022
Free parking is available in lot 11
*No testing offered week of March 21, 2022
Register at: https://www.wihealthconnect.com/
Serving community members ages 5 and up.
Testing is free. Call the UWW COVID hotline at 262-472-1362 for more information. If you need assistance receiving your test results or to address other testing administration issues, please call the Weber Health hotline: 608-855-9191.
Open Arms Free Clinic
205 E. Commerce Court
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Wednesdays (beginning May 18, 2022) 8am - 10am
*offering PCR and Antigen tests
No Appointment Required
Pre-register HERE (recommended) Version OptionsTesting InformationHeadline
Drive-through testing. Available by appointment only.
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To schedule, call 262-364-8123
*No calls after 10 p.m.
Pre-register at https://register.covidconnect.wi.gov/en-US/
Where can I find more information about COVID-19 testing?
At-Home COVID-19 Collection Kits are also now available. For more information, visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/collection.htm.
The following locations offer COVID-19 testing in Walworth County. Please call or visit their website for more information on each site's requirements.
Can I tell which COVID-19 variant I have?
Viral tests are used to determine if a person has COVID-19 and are not designed to tell you what variant is causing the infection. Detecting the Delta variant, or other variants, requires a special type of testing called genomic sequencing. Due to the volume of COVID-19 cases, sequencing is not performed on all viral samples. Tracking variants allows us to understand how common the new strains are in our communities, not to have a real-time number of cases that are tied to each strain. Learn more about COVID-19 variants in Wisconsin at https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/variants-info.htm.