WISCONSIN — COVID-19 cases are climbing in Wisconsin, and as a result, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is seeing an increased demand for COVID-19 testing.
Here are COVID-19 testing sites in major metropolitan areas around the Badger State.
Below is a map, provided by DHS, showcasing testing sites in the area. A full list is also available, here.
Wisconsinites can also request at-home collection kits free of charge.
To take one of these at-home tests, request a collection kit here. One will be delivered directly to you. Next, connected with a health care professional via Zoom. Collect your sample with them on the line and then drop it off at a UPS location. Once your sample hits the lab, you'll get results in one to two days.
DHS endorses getting tested by your doctor, at a workplace or school clinic, at a pharmacy, community testing site, with a free at-home collection kit or by purchasing an over-the-counter COVID-19 test from a pharmacy. They report increased result times from when the pandemic first hit Wisconsin.
For more information on COVID-19 testing in Wisconsin, click here.