Georgia Department of Health closes all COVID-19 testing sites

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is closing all remaining community COVID-19 testing sites. The last day to get tested for COVID-19 at a testing site is June 30, 2024. COVID-19 testing kiosks are now available across the state. At most locations, these kiosks provide access to COVID-19 testing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The kiosks will dispense a test kit containing two (2) nasal swabs for COVID-19 and Influenza A/Influenza B, along with instructions for sample collection. After collection, samples can be safely repackaged into the kit and placed in the kiosk. Samples will be collected daily and sent to an accredited laboratory for PCR testing. In most cases, individuals will be notified of their test results via email or text message within 48 hours of sample collection.

Pre-registration for testing at the kiosks is not required, but can be done at the following address: There is no charge for testing at a DPH kiosk, but insured individuals will be billed for the cost of the test through their insurance.

A map with the kiosk locations and a short video on how to use the kiosks can be found at

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