COVID-19 Hotline: 916-875-2400

COVID-19 Testing Sites​


Get Tested. 

Sacramento County Public Health is encouraging testing.​

Drive-Through Testing Site for Sacramento County

Starting May 6, anyone 18 years old or older living in Sacramento County can now ​get tested for COVID-19 for free simply by completing the Online Screening for​ COVID-19 Testing​​:  www.projectbaseline.com  ​

Those who complete the online COVID-19 screening will be scheduled for a drive-through appointment. Appointment details will be sent by email or phone. The Drive-Through Testing location is by appointment only and does not provided medical care on site.​ ​

Note: More appointment opt​ions; Those previously ineligible can retake ​screening three days laterParticipants with indeterminate results can reschedule - for results questions, email: covid19@pwnhealth.com​; and ​for appointment support, go to: projectbaseline.com/covi​d-support 

MILESTONE! 10,000 Tests Completed!!!  Sacramento County is proud to announce that the Drive-Thru testing location at Cal Expo, in partnership with verily, has surpassed 10,000 tests completed since it opened March 24. Expanding testing capacity is a benchmark requirement for the County’s approval to move further into Stage 2​ of the State’s reopening plan.​ Check out the fanfare for the unsuspecting 10,000th "tester"

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This Community-Based Testing Site (CBTS) for COVID-19 was spearheaded by the California Department of Public Health, Verily, the California Office of Emergency Services and the Governor's Office in coordination with Sacramento County Public Health.

Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing​ Sites

Sacramento County Public Health has partnered with California National Guard and Sacramento Public Library Authority to offer pop-up COVID-19 testing sites every 1-3 days at rotating Sacramento County public library locations. No appointments needed,​ but testing will be first come first served for those 18 y.o.+ with valid ID and contact information for test results. The exact times and locations will be announced the evening prior to each new location:

The Pop-up testing sites have been postponed until further​ notice. The National Guard has been reassigned.
Please check back for more details. ​


Community COVID-19 Testing Site

​St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church (3996 14th Ave) 

Starting May 15, free COVID-19 testing is available by appointment-only at St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church (3996 14th Ave) on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 

Anyone who is 16 years old or older living in Oak Park area neighborhoods of​ 95820 and 95817 zip codes with valid photo I.D. that includes date of birth can get tested. Those with severe symptoms should contact their healthcare providers. 

To request an appointment, call (916) 628-7676 between 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Please leave a message that includes the following information for the person requesting an appointment: ​

  • ​Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Address of residence
  • Call back number ​
​For location and appointment details, review the St. Paul’s Community COVID-19 Testing Site flyer. ​

La Familia’s Maple Neighborhood Center (3301 37th Ave, Room 7 - park on 36th Ave)

Starting Friday, May 22, free COVID-19 testing is available by appointment at La Familia's Maple Neighborhood Center (3301 37th Ave, Sacramento, CA 95824, Room 7 - Park on 36th Ave) on Fridays, 9 a.m. -1 p.m.  

Anyone of any age living in the community served by La Familia's Maple Neighborhood Center with any for​m of I.D. with name and birthday may call for an appointment. Minors should be accompanied by a guardian. US citizenship or legal residency is not required. 

To request an appointment, call (916) 990-1311. To check-in for the appointment: 

  • ​Bring I.D. with name and date of birth
  • Maintain social distancing, and 
  • Wear a cloth face covering (Mask available for those without a face covering). 

​For location and appointment details, review the​ ​COVID-19 Testing Details for 3301 37th Ave and 3525 Norwood Ave Sites

Robertson Community Center (3525 Norwood Avenue)

Starting Thursday, May 21, then occuring on Wednesdays, free COVID-19 testing is available by appointment at Roberson Community Center (3525 Norwood Ave), from 9AM-1PM.

Anyone of any age living in the community served by Robertson Community Center with any form of I.D. with name and birthday may call for an appointment. Minors should be accompanied by a guardian. US citizenship or legal residency is not required. 

To request an appointment, call (916) 567-9567​. To check-in for the appointment: 

  • ​Bring I.D. with name and date of birth​
  • Maintain social distancing, and 
  • Wear a cloth face covering (Mask available for those without a face covering). 

​For location and appointment details, review the​ ​COVID-19 Testing Details for 330​1 37th Ave and 3525 Norwood Ave Sites


CDC Expands List of COVID-19 Symptoms​

The CDC has expanded the symptoms of COVID-19. Those with the following symptoms or combinations of symptoms may have COVID-19:

    • Cough​
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Or, at least two of these symptoms: 
      • Fever 
      • Chills 
      • Repeated shaking with chills 
      • Muscle pain 
      • Headache Sore throat 
      • New loss of taste or smell​

​​​​*This list is not all-inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Children have similar symptoms to adults and generally have mild illness.  

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