This information can change, please double-check sources for information, and continue to monitor sources or back here for updates.
Insurance: Check in with your insurance provider to see if testing is covered under your plan. Regular terms of insurance such as co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles will still apply for other parts of a visit to a healthcare provider. For more information, contact your health insurer and visit the Department of Consumer and Business Services website.
Those who are uninsured should apply for Oregon Health Plan (OHP) coverage, which fully covers the cost of getting tested for COVID-19 if they need it. Visit the sign-up page to start today.
If you don't want to sign up for OHP, we encourage you to see a clinician through your county health clinic or through a federally qualified health clinic (FQHC). Download this list of Oregon FQHCs, or if you would like assistance finding resources, contact us.
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: search for low or no-cost testing options.
- CDC: search for low or no-cost testing options.
- Free at-home covid tests: This option is currently suspended as of May 31, 2023 to preserve remaining supply. The program is no longer accepting orders. Check the site for any updates.