While more people are getting vaccinated, Sonoma County still has widespread community transmission of COVID-19. So, it remains important to get tested.
County health officials recommend that those who go out into the public should get tested at least once a month and those who regularly interact with the public get tested twice a month.
Getting tested for COVID-19 not only helps you and your loved ones, it may also help the County move faster from the red tier into the orange tier, which opens up even more business and other activities. Testing is now easier and more comfortable than in the fall as none of the County-supported testing sites use the uncomfortable deep nasal (nasopharyngeal) swab. Instead, the testing sites use either the shallow nasal (anterior nares) swab or oral swabbing.
COVID-19 Testing in Healdsburg
There are several pop-up COVID-19 testing sites in Healdsburg: the Healdsburg Community Center, the Alliance Medical Center (Curative) and the Healdsburg Day Labor Center. Walk-ups are welcome, and no identification or insurance is necessary.