COVID-19 Testing Information

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Test Types

For information on the types of tests, what they test for and how the samples are collected visit the FDA's Testing Basics.

Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic tests tell you whether you are currently infected with COVID-19.

  • Nasopharyngeal Swab (NP) - swab taken deep inside nose
  • Nasal Swab (NS) - swab taken inside nose
  • Oropharyngeal Swab (OP) - swab of back of throat
  • Saliva - test done by collecting saliva
  • Rapid Tests - A swab test in which you receive your results in less than an hour

Antibody Tests

Antibody tests measure antibodies for COVID-19 indicating that you have been infected with COVID-19 at some point in the past. They do not tell whether you are currently infected with COVID-19. Antibody Testing Frequently Asked Questions

Testing Locations

If you are a testing or vaccine provider, please complete the following survey so we may better disseminate information on available locations

Please note: fees may apply for COVID-19 Testing. Check with individual providers for fee information.

Individuals who test positive may be contacted by Coconino County Health and Human Services or the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Outdoor COVID-19 testing locations may close during inclement weather to ensure the safety of the public and staff. 

COVID-19 testing site locations and hours of operation are subject to change. Please contact the testing site prior to visiting to receive the most current information.

  1. Testing Locations:
  2. Flagstaff
  3.  Williams
  4. Navajo Nation
  5. Page
  6. Sedona
  7. Grand Canyon

Select the tab above for the city in which you are looking for testing.

At-Home COVID-19 Tests

Information for at-home COVID-19 tests: www.COVIDTests.gov

Insurance Companies and Group Health Plans May Cover the Cost of At-Home COVID-19 Tests
Individuals with private health insurance coverage or covered by a group health plan who purchase an over-the-counter COVID-19 diagnostic test authorized, cleared, or approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may be able to have those test costs covered by their plan or insurance. Check with your insurance provider for reimbursement information.

If you took an at-home COVID-19 test and tested positive, please do not call to report the case to Coconino County Health and Human Services. Instead, please inform the people you have had close contact with of your positive case. A close contact is anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. Monitor symptoms and contact your healthcare provider if they worsen.

Click the picture below of your test kit for instructions or watch the video link.

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