How to Get Tested
Testing may be available at your doctor’s office, urgent care center, pharmacy, or other healthcare clinic. Some testing sites in Virginia are offering community testing events, such as drive-thru testing. Contact your doctor if you have symptoms and want to be tested for COVID-19. Get medical attention right away if you have any health emergency.
To find testing sites in your area, visit the website Virginia COVID-19 Testing Sites. This site is updated frequently. Each site has different policies and procedures for testing and billing; please reach out to the individual site for information about testing availability.
Upcoming Free COVID-19 Testing Events
We are conducting free Covid-19 Community Testing Events in Richmond City and Henrico County. Call the hotline at (804) 205-3501 to register and find a date and location that is convenient. Community Testing Events are subject to change or cancellation. Testing locations are accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility support devices. Car-side testing is also available for patients on site as needed.
Richmond City and Henrico County Health Districts have set up a call center to answer your questions regarding the coronavirus and to register you for one of our free COVID-19 Community Testing Events. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 instead.
Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except major holidays.
TEST RESULTS Hotline
Tests are available while supplies last, this is the reason we encourage pre-registration. Individuals will be notified of their results in 5-7 business days. If notification is not received after 7 business days, call the Test Results Hotline at
Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Voice messages will be returned within 1 business day.
Free Community Testing Events
Thursday, July 16th
Tuckahoe Middle School
9000 Three Chopt Rd., Richmond, VA 23229
Rain or shine
Guidance for healthcare workers and if you or someone you know presents symptoms.
- Testing Guidance
- VDH Recommendations
- CDC Recommendations
- If You Are Sick
- If Someone You Know Gets Sick
Up-to-date information on COVID-19 at the local, state, and national level.
- City of Richmond Updates
- Statewide Updates and Statistics
- Governor’s Orders and News Releases
- CDC Updates and Guidance
A Message from Dr. Avula
On March 30th, Governor Northam issued a Stay-At-Home order for the entire Commonwealth to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help as many Virginians as possible stay safe and well. While it presents many challenges for our businesses, schools, and day-to-day life, we are counting on each other to make it to the other side of this emergency.
- STAY home to slow the spread of COVID-19
- REMAIN six feet apart when you have no choice but to be in public
- CONNECT with others on phone, social media, or video chat.
This is a difficult time for everyone in our region, but we are strong and resilient and can fight COVID-19 together.
Henrico County Care Facilities Resources
Henrico County has outlined resources to help administrators or operators of long-term care facilities and shared housing facilities that provide care to older adults, individuals with behavioral and mental health needs, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and recovery residences, address and manage the spread of COVID-19.
OPIOIDS - A Public Health Emergency
Help end opioid abuse
Visit HERE for more information.
Health Department follows the State holiday schedule and may differ from County Holidays.
View current Health Department Holiday Schedule
Henrico Health Dept.
8600 Dixon Powers Dr.
Henrico, VA 23228
Henrico Health Dept.
1400 N. Laburnum Ave.
Richmond, VA 23223
P. O. Box 90775
Henrico, VA 23273-0775
Shrader Rd WIC
East End WIC