Contra Costa County Entering New Phase of COVID-19 Response
Two COVID-19 testing sites sunset Sept. 30 as community options abound

Sept. 26, 2022: Friday, Sept. 30 will be the last day of operations at the County’s two COVID-19 testing sites located in Richmond and San Ramon, which have been providing free testing to the community for more than two years during the pandemic.

In recent months, usage of these two sites has dropped considerably as more people use home tests or get tested at pharmacies or through their doctor.

Although the County testing sites will sunset, people can also still get tested through their regular healthcare providers, state testing sites, pharmacies or by purchasing over-the-counter home test kits. Private healthcare insurance and Medi-Cal will reimburse people or pay for up to 8 at-home tests a month.

Free home-test kits are also available to residents at the County’s 26 library branches and at our three COVID-19 vaccination sites in Richmond, Concord and Antioch, which remain open.

For more information about COVID-19 testing, visit our Testing page. To find a COVID-19 testing site near you, use the State’s online search tool.

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