FAQ - State-Operated Community Testing Sites
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Where can I get tested?
  1. Your primary care provider: Check with your healthcare provider on how to get tested if you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who is a known positive.
  2. Optum Serve/ LHI site (LHI.care/covidtesting)  California Department of Public Health (CDPH) funds the OptumServe/LHI sites throughout California. Anyone can schedule an appointment to get tested and it is free. 
    1. Vacaville Optum Serve -  1681 E Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville | Monday - Friday from 8:30AM - 4:30PM
    2. Vallejo Optum Serve - 545 Magazine St, Vallejo | Monday - Friday from 8:30AM - 4:30PM
  3. CVS Minute Clinic:  CVS is offering free testing to community members.  Please go to their website (CVS Minute Clinic), type in your zip code and the website will offer the closest minute clinic near you.  Follow the onscreen instructions to set your appointment today!
  4. Verily Baseline COVID-19 Program California has partnered with Verily, like their partnership with OptumServe, to provide free and confidential testing. 
        a.) You will first have to complete their online screening process here using a Google Account.
        b.) If you are determined to be eligible, you will receive information on how and where to get tested.
  5. ATTENTION: Solano County will have a standing COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10am-7pm.
    15 minute rapid tests and all 3 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson) will be provided
    Location: Solano Town Center, 1350 Travis Blvd, 2nd floor, empty New York & CO, next to Zumiez (around the Ulta area)
You can go to any testing site in the state; check if a neighboring county has available appointments. If you need to get tested because of an urgent manner, it is recommended that you get tested through your primary care provider for faster results.

Who can get tested?
The appointment-only walk-through testing sites are open to anyone in the community, including agricultural workers, the homeless, undocumented individuals, and residents.

Are there costs associated for testing?
There is no cost for COVID-19 testing for the patient. If an individual has medical insurance, OptumServe will bill the patient's medical insurance company, and the insurance company will cover the testing fees. Uninsured individuals will have their tests paid for by the state.

What are the locations and hours for testing?
Here are the Optum Serve/ LHI locations in Solano County:
Vacaville - 1681 E Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville, CA: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 8:30am-4:30pm
Vallejo - 545 Magazine St, Vallejo, CA (Norman King Community Center): Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm



The testing sites are walk-through and do not require a car. Walk-ins are not available - you will need to setup an appointment online to get tested.
Testing is available from 7am-7pm, Monday-Friday, until further notice. 

How do I schedule for testing?
Testing is by appointment only. Online applications for appointments can be scheduled at lhi.care/covidtesting or individuals without internet access can call 888-634-1123.

Are walk-ins accepted?
No walk-ins are not accepted, testing is appointment-only.

What kind of test is provided at the testing site?
Testing is done by nasopharyngeal swab for live coronavirus. Testing for coronavirus antibodies is not available. Patients will receive a card at time of testing with instructions on receiving test results, which should be available in 48 to 72 hours.

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¿Quién se puede hacer la prueba?
Las pruebas son solo con cita y están abiertas para cualquier persona de la comunidad, incluyendo los trabajadores agrícolas, las personas sin hogar, las personas indocumentadas y los residentes.

¿Hay costos asociados para la prueba?
No hay costo para la prueba de COVID-19 para el paciente. Si una persona tiene seguro médico, OptumServe facturará a la compañía de seguros médicos del paciente, y la compañía de seguros cubrirá el costo de la prueba. Los individuos sin seguro tendrán sus pruebas pagadas por el estado.

¿Dónde están los sitios y cuáles son las horas para hacerse la prueba?
Los sitios de prueba se encuentran en Suisun y Vallejo. La dirección será dada una vez que se completa la aplicación en línea. Las pruebas están disponibles de 7 am a 7 pm, de lunes a viernes, hasta nuevo aviso.

¿Cómo programo una prueba?
La prueba es solo con cita previa. La aplicación en línea para citas se puede encontrar en lhi.care/covidtesting o si no tiene acceso al internet puede llamar al 888-634-1123.

Puedo llegar sin cita?
Las pruebas son echas solo con cita.

¿Qué tipo de prueba se proporciona en el sitio de prueba?
La prueba se realiza con un hisopo nasal o nasofaríngeo para detectar el coronavirus vivo. La prueba para anticuerpos contra el coronavirus no está disponible. Los pacientes recibirán una tarjeta en su cita con instrucciones en como recibir sus resultados de la prueba. Los resultados están disponibles en 48 a 72 horas.